Theatre History I Mini-Assignments

Theatre history can be a daunting subject to teach due to the fact that it is expansive, often loaded with facts and many of the classic plays can be difficult to comprehend when read. Here are 8 Mini-Assignments for a Theatre History I class (Origins to French Renaissance) that help enliven student interest in theatre history by allowing students to be creative in their studies.

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Exercise Contributed by Sharon Paquette

Sharon Paquette is a theatre director, actor and professor. Sharon, who has extensive experience working on plays and theatre related activities with prison inmates, has a BA, from Westminster College; a Med from Plymouth State College; and a MFA from Goddard College.

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    Sharon Paquette

    Sharon Paquette is a Director, Theatre Historian, Actor, and Teacher in New England. She is an instructor in Theatre at Pymouth State University, specializing in all of the above. She has directed for Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, Little Church Theatre in Holderness, for many productions at Plymouth State University, and for theatre companies and universities around New England. She is a workshop teacher for Advice to the Players. She is a Reiki Master Practioner. She has a Masters of Fine Arts from Goddard College, a Master of Education from Plymouth State University, and a Bachelors degree from Westminster College. Read Full
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