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Pop Culture Players! Acting Scenes From Disney's Princesses & Leading Ladies
Ongoing weekly theatre workshop for exploring scenes that star Disney’s princesses and incredible heroines! Students analyze text, discuss character motivation, explore voice & movement, and learn theatre vocabulary. All Genders Welcome.
Welcome to the "Disney Princesses and Leading Ladies" edition of Pop Culture Players! In this ongoing interactive workshop, there is no competition among classmates. Come shy, come bold! All learners, regardless of aptitude or experience, are given equal feedback for their participation. Together, we uncover secrets of scene building and fundamentals of western representational acting. Topics covered will include: • Plot and Character Analysis • Breath Control + Line Delivery • Facial...
No traditional "homework" will be assigned. Instead, this class uses a PDF script (1-2 pages in length), which parents should print at home ahead of time. If your learner can read through this script before class starts, their lessons in class will run more smoothly.
1. CHAIR + SPACING This is a physical class. Learners will split their class time between seated and standing positions. • Please provide at least one chair for your learner to sit on during class. • Please clear a “playing space” roughly 6 x 6 feet around (1.8 x 1.8 meters) for your learner to move safely within during class. • Please also place the zoom classroom camera (your computer, tablet, or mobile device) in a position where your learner can be in unobstructed view of their teacher and zoom classmates at all times. Pro Tip: Keep in mind that your learner may be rolling on the ground, skipping, or jumping up and down during class, which could cause your zooming device to shift out of place, depending on how precariously it is placed. Take care to arrange the camera's angle in a secure position, capable of withstanding any vibrations from across the room. 2. COSTUME/PROP If your learner would like to "enhance their character" by locating a single item of clothing to be used as an impromptu costume, or a single household object (not dangerous) to be used as an impromptu prop, or both, use of these items will be welcomed by the teacher, but is not necessary for class. Furthermore, since the inspiration for a character's items will be developed during class in real time with other students, these items may seem RANDOM to you, and should originate from your household, and should not be purchased separately.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners are given feedback about their in-class performances by the teacher as well as their fellow students, in a positive, teacher-led group discussion. By receiving and offering collaborative feedback, students learn to critique one another in a compassionate and constructive way. These efforts create the basis for a healthy, trusted community.
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
1. I am transcribing and editing 1-2 page scripts, sourced from popular Disney films. When editing a scene for child learners, the following content/themes are STRICTLY PROHIBITED: • Curse words or otherwise inflammatory language • Human sexuality (Example: Sexual innuendos, or flirtatious commentary) • Physical romance • Physical violence • Emotional bullying • Racial and/or civil stereotyping and discrimination 2. Pop culture scripts may contain elements of conflict, because learners are analyzing scenes of both comedic and dramatic content. Any verbal disagreement or emotional power struggle between characters constitutes as conflict, and should be considered. • Example: Two characters from opposing sides meet to converse before or during a "battle". 3. Character dialogue spans the spectrum of human emotion, and to listeners-on, the conversational tone may sound quippy, sassy, frustrated, enthusiastic, downtrodden, inspired, curious, courageous, apathetic, sarcastic, sympathetic, etc. This class draws inspiration for lesson plans from works of fiction, fantasy and non-fiction. Inspiration may include major franchises that own the legal rights to popular superheroes, villains, princesses, wizards, anime, etc. Fair Use Copyright Disclaimer: Private and scholastic USE of trademarked characters and/or copyrighted dialogue is considered "transformative" in a classroom, virtual or otherwise, when a child performer is interpreting the character and dialogue solely and necessarily for educational purposes. Therefore, this class’ transformative use does safely meet the necessary criteria for Fair Use copyright guidelines within the United States. No such Zoom audio or video recording of participating Outschool learners will ever be made public, or sold for profit.
Meet the teacher
Greetings, Families! My name is Bronwyn Rose Hazard, and I am a performing arts teacher on Outschool! Career Summary: For eleven years, I have served the educational communities of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and across China by teaching...
1x per week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 3 learners
Live video meetings
1-9 learners per class