5 edition of Eight Plays for Youth found in the catalog.
Eight Plays for Youth
Christian Hollis Moe
by Peter Lang Pub Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||R. Eugene Jackson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||367|
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OCLC Number: Notes: Edition statement from dust jacket. Description: xiii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: The glass menagerie --A streetcar named Desire --Summer and smoke --The Rose tattoo --Cat on a hot tin roof --Orpheus descending --Sweet bird of youth --The night of the Titles: Plays. (Recommended for Grades ) Eight Plays for Youth book ( pages.
Pbk. plastic comb binding) Regularly $; EIGHT PLAYS FOR A NEW CENTURY is a collection of original plays written and produced in schools by Creative Educational Systems. Each play has a playing time of minutes -- perfect for a school assembly program or a children's theatre.
A diverse collection of more than six dozen monologues from plays published by YouthPLAYS, for young actors ranging from middle school through university, ideal for auditions, classroom work and competition.
Available as a paperback book for individual use or as an ebook that includes a photocopy license for classroom use. More Info. In play they come alive, are actively engaged and present. It just makes common sense to make play a common practice in your toolkit to help youth learn.
Consider these eight play-based strategies to build your group and help them learn about themselves, each other, and what you need them to learn. Start the group off right. Eight is the first play written by Ella Hickson.
Hickson created eight monologues ready to air at Edinburgh's Fringe Festival in August These monologue (of 15 minutes each) offer a state-of-the-nation group portrait. The official website for the performance describes it as "looking at what has happened to a generation that have grown up in a world where everything has become acceptable.".
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Responsibility. Plays about teenagers/young adults #8 Posted: 6/7/13 at pm Thanks so far, yeah just plays, we have 2 original plays going on next year, a musical and just need one more play.
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