The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe) - questions - Act 5, scene 1

The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe) - questions - Act 5, scene 1

The questions in this file are replicated multiple times to ease printing, photocopying and distribution. They deal with affirmations made by Barabas and Ferneze in this scene and require students to justify their answers with evidence from Act 5 scene 1, as well as from elsewhere in the play where appropriate. Students could be given one or both questions either to respond to with short answers or to expand/develop into an essay.
Angelil
The Jew of Malta film: guiding questions

The Jew of Malta film: guiding questions

This list of questions is intended for students studying Christopher Marlowe’s play “The Jew of Malta”. The questions can be given to students before or after watching the Grandfather Films production of the play, with the understanding either way that they make notes throughout their viewing of the film. The questions include topics such as possible cuts that could be made, the chronology of the film, and the casting. The questions could therefore be used by students of English, Drama, or Film Studies. There are three copies of the questions per page, for ease of printing, photocopying and distribution.
Angelil
Fact sheet: Machiavelli

Fact sheet: Machiavelli

This resource was designed for students studying Christopher Marlowe’s play The Jew of Malta, but it could equally be of use to teachers and students of History or Politics, as well as English and Drama. It consists of a brief overview of Machiavelli’s life and work, with 3 copies per page to ease printing, photocopying and distribution.
Angelil
Character impressions grid: The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe)

Character impressions grid: The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe)

This character impressions grid can be used by students throughout their study of Christopher Marlowe’s play “The Jew of Malta”, or completed at the end of the unit as a revision activity. It covers key points for students to make notes upon, including attitudes, how characters speak, and the impact of characters upon the audience. It is advisable to print/photocopy on A3 to give students maximum space to write. Alternatively, it can be uploaded directly to your school’s VLE so students can make their notes directly onto a digital copy.
Angelil
Bellamira PPT - The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe)

Bellamira PPT - The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe)

This PPT is designed to introduce students to the character of Bellamira in Marlowe’s play The Jew of Malta, starting with an image suggesting a modern prostitute as a stimulus for discussion. (Possible questions for students could be who they think this represents in the play - if you have asked them to read ahead - or what character traits or jobs are suggested by the image.) The focus then shifts to scenes 1 and 2 of Act 3 of the play. Again these could be read together in class, or something you have asked students to read alone before the lesson takes place. Student ideas are invited as to whether the scenes are comic or tragic. These could be elicited in any way you wish. The final slides invite students to direct one of the scenes from either a comic or tragic perspective, considering lighting etc. As such this lesson is suitable for English or Drama. It was initially designed for KS5 but could easily be used for KS4 as well.
Angelil
Key Stage 3 Knowledge Organisers Bundle

Key Stage 3 Knowledge Organisers Bundle

A collection of the Key stage 3 Knowledge Organisers used commonly in most school/academies. These are a great resource to use in class or for homeworks/ quizzes/ revision.
csims6
Nativity play - with a difference! - Full script plus posters and program

Nativity play - with a difference! - Full script plus posters and program

‘Not another Nativity!’ was written for secondary school students as a counter to the endless primary nativity plays! It was also written as a small memorial to George Micheal with two of his songs ‘Faith’ and ‘Last Christmas’ featuring. It is a light-hearted comedy, a play within a play focusing on a class of Year 11 students who want to do things their way… could be easily adapted for year 6 students who want to do a special nativity for their last year in primary The play is about 12 - 15 minutes long in total, with 11 speaking parts (though these parts can doubled up or divided in further characters as necessary). Very few props are needed and no special staging or lighting. I have also included a promotional poster for students, a promo poster for parents and a program - all you need to do is complete with school logo and student names. I do hope you enjoy it as much as my students did - any questions please do message me!
FollyFairy
The Lion King Script - School Production

The Lion King Script - School Production

This script was written for a Year 3 and 4 summer production. Can easily be done or edited for younger or older. The script was based on Disney’s The Lion King film from 1994. All of the songs and backing tracks included can be found on YouTube. Also includes the link to see the script in action - watching the recording of the performance.
attystar
Pas de death - lighthearted comic script

Pas de death - lighthearted comic script

Short Drama script suitable for performance at any time - especially appropriate for Hallowe’en Synopsis: Death has been reaping souls for thousands of years, and to be honest, he needs a vacation. His chief actuary Timothy Simpkins is the obvious (or only?) man to take his place while he is away. Timothy embraces his new role, as The MOTHMAN, Whose Name is Death - but will he be successful in carrying out his new “death duties”? Suitable for: Years 8-12 Running time: approximately 40 minutes Set requirements: Simple set, with reversible flats to represent the different locations. Characters: 7-14 4-8M 4-9F:
sarabande2012
Christmas drama script bundle

Christmas drama script bundle

This royalty free Christmas drama bundle contains 1 monologue, 2 reader’s theater scripts, 7 one act plays, 2 choral readings and 9 short skits A few of those included are: The Innkeeper’s Wife (3 versions) Characters: 4-5, run time: 5-7 minutes It is eleven years after Jesus is born and the Innkeeper’s wife retells the story of Jesus birth to her three children. One version splits the lines with the husband. Elizabeth - a monologue by the mother of John the Baptist on Christmas Eve. She is doubly blessed with a son (finally) and to be alive at the coming of the Messiah. Run time: 2 minutes Elizabeth and Zechariah - Characters: 2, run time: 2-3 minutes. The couple decides to leave civilization and bring John up in the desert because of Herod’s violent jealousy over a rival king Dateline: Bethlehem - Reactions to Jesus Birth. Characters: 9 M, 3F, 3 either; doubling possible, Run time: 22 minutes Jasmine’s Star - Teenaged Jasmine, granddaughter of one of the Magi, decides she’s going to disguise herself and join the caravan following the star of Bethlehem, dragging childhood companion Meshach into another one of her “hare brained” schemes. Meanwhile King Herod takes extreme measures to protect his throne from a rival king. Characters: 12 M, 3 F, as many extras as desired Run Time: 2 acts, 45 min
Rubyranger
Hamlet Outline

Hamlet Outline

A summary of Hamlet, giving an outline of the story and the important characters involved. Great for a quick reference or as a starting point for a lesson. Also useful for teachers who don’t want to read the whole play!
AliJC
The Hamlet Rap

The Hamlet Rap

A rap which tells the story of Hamlet. Created and performed by young members of a youth theatre in Manchester. This was a complementary piece of work to the play script Hamlet, the Murder Mystery but can stand alone and makes a great performance piece.
AliJC
An Introduction to Shakespeare

An Introduction to Shakespeare

This 9 page workbook introduces your students to the life and times of Shakespeare. It is designed to be interactive and requires students to research much of the information themselves. It includes a template to create Shakespeare’s biography in the form of a resume, fun facts on life in Elizabethan England, some background on the Globe, Shakespearean insults to be hurled at one another, well- known phrases we use today which were coined by Shakespeare and a research project on life at that time. The resource includes a teacher’s copy which provides more background information and suggested answers to questions. It is suitable for secondary students who are about to study their first Shakespeare.
underthedesk
Twist

Twist

Script based on Oliver Twist and notebook containing songs related to the script.
TBiscuit
Twist Script

Twist Script

A complete script based around the book Oliver Twist. This script is suitable for a Key Stage 1 or Lower Key Stage 2 production and includes song suggestions for each scene.
TBiscuit
The Taming of the Shrew  - Reading Comprehension

The Taming of the Shrew - Reading Comprehension

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text gives a summary of The Taming of the Shrew based on William Shakespeare’s famous play / comedy. After carefully reading a text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: comprehension questions, True or False, a character match exercise, a multiple choice exercise, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key is included.
MariaPht
Antigone - AQA A Level Drama - full set of resources for teaching

Antigone - AQA A Level Drama - full set of resources for teaching

A comprehensive set of resources for teaching Sophocles’ Antigone for AQA A Level Drama Component 1. Powerpoints covering the major scenes and characters Introduction to tragedy and the Greek chorus Terminology and context quizzes Learning mats Planned revision sessions Worksheets and activities Question bank for setting mock questions Sample answers Peer Assessment resources
carolynbooth
KS3 Drama The Terrible Fate of Humpty Dumpty Scheme of Work

KS3 Drama The Terrible Fate of Humpty Dumpty Scheme of Work

Complete scheme of work for studying the play, The Terrible Fate of Humpty Dumpty. 6 lesson plans for a Year7/8 Drama Class, complete with powerpoint and activities, plus an assessment at the end of the scheme. The lessons include predicting the end of the play, teacher in role activities, whole class improvisation, scene work, and Drama techniques such as role on the wall. The play explores bullying and social pressure, as well as the different agencies involved in the case and so is great for building PSCHEE knowledge as well.
carolynbooth
Full 30 minute playscript of 'Pippa the Pirate Fights Plastic'

Full 30 minute playscript of 'Pippa the Pirate Fights Plastic'

This is a 30 minute play based on a pirate who becomes famous for fighting plastic pollution. I wrote and produced this play with lower and upper key stage 2 children, who managed the lines and stage directions well. I have adapted the play with current themes and there’s a host of characters who explain how plastic effects their lives in terms which can be understood from foundation stage. There are other themes including friendship and ‘being kind’ as well as a catchy recycle song. I give permission for character genders to be changed to suit your cast.
rosie_m
JONAH AND THE WHALE

JONAH AND THE WHALE

This bundle includes a story poem and a play script. Story Poem: This is an original story poem telling the tale of Jonah and the Whale. It has 11 eight line, rhyming stanzas. This pack includes a 12 slide PPT presentation of the poem, as well as a written version. It is ideal for telling the children this familiar story; doing do succinctly and with humour. It could also be used as the basis for a whole class assembly. Play Script: This is a play suitable for an end of year production or Year 6 leavers’ assembly. It lasts about 30 minutes. It is set in the modern day which makes the story more accessible to the children. It is amusing and appeals to both boys and girls. There are 24 speaking parts (including 11 narrators which could be condensed into less) and non-speaking parts for the football fans, the rock group, the storm sequence and the underwater sequence. Music suggestions are made for the various sequences and these can be kept very basic or choreographed as full dances. Costume is left up to you as it is set in modern day.
RhymeRockRole
FAIRY TALES THROUGH DRAMA

FAIRY TALES THROUGH DRAMA

This bundle contains 25 detailed drama lessons. KS1: This pack contains 14 drama lessons based on five popular fairy tales. It is accompanied by 22 resource sheets and a PPT presentation. The lessons include individual, paired and group work. There are full descriptions of the drama strategies used. The Three Little Pigs: three lessons using mime, freeze frame, hot seating, T.I.R and sculpture. Hansel and Gretel: three lessons using mime, script work, sculpture and T.I.R Little Red Riding Hood: three lessons using sculpture, thought circle, mime, hot seating and movement to music The Enormous Turnip: two lessons using mime, thought circle, hot seating and movement to music The Three Billy Goats Gruff: three lessons using sculpture, improvisation, script work, hot seating and movement to music KS2: This pack contains 11 drama lessons based on four popular fairy tales. It is accompanied by 16 resources and a PPT presentation. There are full descriptions of the drama strategies used. The Three Billy Goats Gruff - two lessons based on script work. The strategies used are freeze frames, and performing a script as well as creating their own. There is also a short script for the whole story, which could be used for an assembly. Jack & the Beanstalk - three lessons. The strategies used are: corporate brain, conscience alley, freeze frames, improvisation, movement to music, mime and T.I.R. Dick Whittington - three lessons. A short version of the story is included. The strategies used are: hot seating, improvisation, freeze frames, mime, scripts and picture whoosh! Little Red Riding Hood - three lessons. A full, new version of the story is included. The strategies used are: sculpture, improvisation, conscience alley, hot seating, thought circle, freeze frames and moving pictures
RhymeRockRole
Sample - Double Trouble: Musical play for secondary/high school performance

Sample - Double Trouble: Musical play for secondary/high school performance

DOUBLE TROUBLE: A WHOLE SCHOOL MUSICAL AT A FRACTION OF THE USUAL COST! Are you in charge of the next school production? Is money too tight to mention? Would the students at your school love to do High School Musical, but you can’t afford the rights? Double Trouble is the answer! It’s 1984 and a time of high excitement! It’s the day of the international dance competition at VISPA College in Los Angeles. What could go wrong? Estranged twins Zac and Taylor are unlike each other in every way… except that they look exactly the same. When, unknown to one another, they both arrive at the college, things soon become hopelessly confused… and sorting it all out in time for the dance competition is gonna be murder! You’ll be doubled up with laughter! Double Trouble is a musical-comedy production with excellent opportunities for singing, dancing and acting for the whole school (Years 7 – 13). It’s designed for a cast of 40 speaking or singing roles, and has a running time of 2.5 hours. Double Trouble uses music from the 1980s to support and structure the narrative. These timeless tracks are as much of a hit with audience members who know them from back in the day, as they are with students hearing – and performing – them for the first time!
swdoubletrouble1971
Double Trouble: Musical play for secondary/high schools

Double Trouble: Musical play for secondary/high schools

DOUBLE TROUBLE: A WHOLE SCHOOL MUSICAL AT A FRACTION OF THE USUAL COST! Are you in charge of the next school production? Is money too tight to mention? Would the students at your school love to do High School Musical, but you can’t afford the rights? Double Trouble is the answer! It’s 1984 and a time of high excitement! It’s the day of the international dance competition at VISPA College in Los Angeles. What could go wrong? Estranged twins Zac and Taylor are unlike each other in every way… except that they look exactly the same. When, unknown to one another, they both arrive at the college, things soon become hopelessly confused… and sorting it all out in time for the dance competition is gonna be murder! You’ll be doubled up with laughter! Double Trouble is a musical-comedy production with excellent opportunities for singing, dancing and acting for the whole school (Years 7 – 13). It’s designed for a cast of 40 speaking or singing roles, and has a running time of 2.5 hours. Double Trouble uses music from the 1980s to support and structure the narrative. These timeless tracks are as much of a hit with audience members who know them from back in the day, as they are with students hearing – and performing – them for the first time! For a performance licence (£25) contact the author.
swdoubletrouble1971
Egypt Assembly Scipt

Egypt Assembly Scipt

This resource includes the script and 2 powerpoints for an assembly. Was originally for a year 5 class but can be adapted for any ks2 class. The first powerpoint includes opportunities to add photos of your own class and some cross curricular lessons, such as mummifying apples in Science and Egyptian movement in PE. The second powerpoint is a an ‘Egyptian’ version of Who Wants to be a millionaire. My school LOVED this assembly. Enjoy :)
frazert2
Macbeth - Meet the characters

Macbeth - Meet the characters

A selection of 7 illustrated one page handouts detailing the main points students need to know/remember about the main characters in the play. Ideal for SEN students to help them recognise the part each character plays in the play as a whole, or as a revision/introductory resource for GCSE students. Characters covered - Macbeth Macduff Banquo The witches Lady Macbeth King Duncan Malcom
flissthecat
Treasure Island Play Analysis

Treasure Island Play Analysis

Here is a resource for Drama Teachers to use for students in Years 7-10 to build up their performance analysis skills prior to and during GCSE classes. The Powerpoint has a number of slides to take students through the performance elements, There is also a series of questions to help students analyse the play. It can be watched from the link below. You will need to register your school officially and then you will get access to this brilliant website. Hope you find it useful! Matthew
matthewcoe
Complete Musical Productions for Infants

Complete Musical Productions for Infants

Scripts, Score, Narrator parts, Chords, Digital Backdrops, Backing Tracks and synchronized lyric/music teaching aids. In fact, absolutely everything you need for a brilliant Infant production. All in one professionally recorded download, AND it includes a free Performance License. The charming story of a little girl’s search for her missing ribbon and the kind snowman who comes to life to find it for her. Full of catchy tunes with professionally recorded backing tracks, easy and flexible verbal format and plenty of stage action and dancing. An original thirty-five to forty minute musical from Modern In-School Music featuring five catchy songs with easy-to-learn lyrics. One of several tried and tested musicals including Santa s Lost Reindeer, highly rated by Teach Primary magazine (reviewed September last year). Everything for an EASY production, including fully copyable text and music files, long validity Performance License and no specialist software needed to play the synchronized on-screen/music teaching aids.
mismusicals
Our Day Out (2009) - The Musical

Our Day Out (2009) - The Musical

Whole scheme of work for Willy Russell’s updated musical Our Day Out. There are 8 detailed PowerPoints/ lessons with hyperlinks to video clips and songs from the musical. There is a midterm quiz and a final assessment where students are asked to analyse a character from the play using an extract. There are extra homework/ cover lesson tasks and a knowledge organiser.
sinead242
Blood Brothers Huge Bundle!

Blood Brothers Huge Bundle!

THIS BUNDLE CONTAINS ALL OF THE ‘BLOOD BROTHERS’ LESSONS, IN ADDITION TO THE KNOWLEDGE ORGANISER, THE 30-PAGE COMPREHENSION BOOKLET, AND THE POINTLESS GAME! This engaging, varied, and informative scheme of learning is designed to help students gain understanding, assessment skills, and key interpretations of Willy Russell’s play ‘Blood Brothers.’ Made up of a wide-range of interesting and exciting lessons, students should complete this scheme having gathered vital skills in: interpreting the significant meanings of the play, understanding the writer’s ideas within the text, analysing key characters, settings, and themes, and understanding Russell’s language devices. Stimulating, visual, and easily adaptable, these lessons provide suggested learning objectives and outcomes for students of a wide-range of abilities - The vast majority of tasks are differentiated to allow for different abilities and needs in your classroom. Each lesson loosely follows this logical learning journey to ensure that students learn in bite-size steps: Engaging Defining/ Understanding Identifying/Remembering Analysing/ Creating Peer or self evaluating. All of the lessons are interactive, employ a variety of different teaching and learning methods and styles, and are visually-engaging. Resources, worksheets, and lesson plans are all provided.
TandLGuru
KS1 Talk4Writing:The Christmas Story. Planning & Resources for Four Week Scheme of Work

KS1 Talk4Writing:The Christmas Story. Planning & Resources for Four Week Scheme of Work

This resource uses Pie Corbett’s ‘Talk for Writing’. Although this resource uses the story of The Christmas Story, the resources and activities can be easily transferred to another story. Planning can also be used as a skeleton plan. Please note that the characters and places remained the same as we used this as our nativity! It is an excellent opportunity to include children that suffer with hearing loss. It includes: • Four weeks of plans - three sessions each week, could be three if you had four or more sessions a week (imitation, adapation and independent application - each with Lower Ability, Middle Ability and Higher Ability objectives). • Powerpoint of using Pie Corbett’s style of retelling (openers, connectives and language all fit in with actions) • Resources for each session - Story mountain activity sheets and IWB resource Never Heard the Word Activity Adjectives activity Labels to stick in Literacy books with objectives and recount of activity for each activity. • Time opener actions
linman
Year 6 Leavers' Assembly - poem, script and presentation

Year 6 Leavers' Assembly - poem, script and presentation

I wrote this script from scratch, which is based on a standard day at school in Year 6. Filled with corny puns! Adapt away as there may be things you do not wish to include (e.g. photostories, the songs etc.) Every child takes part by reading memories for members of staff and by singing the song. The number of acting roles could be extended to about 25, depending on how you adapt it.
supersophiee
Blood Brothers,  AQA KS3/4 Scheme of Work

Blood Brothers, AQA KS3/4 Scheme of Work

Scheme of learning for KS3/4 study of Blood Brothers by Russell. Assessment based on Paper 2 of English Literature AQA. AO’s learning objectives focus. Lesson 1: Introduction to Mrs Johnstone AO1+AO3 Lesson 2: Learning More about Mrs Johnstone AO1+AO3 Lesson 3: The Agreement Between Mrs Lyons and Mrs Johnstone AO1+AO2 Lesson 4: The Twins are Separated AO1+AO2 Lesson 5: Mrs Lyons Sacks Mrs Johnstone AO1+AO2 Lesson 6: The Twins are Reunited AO1+AO2 Lesson 7: Mickey Visits Edward’s House AO1+AO2 Lesson 8: Caught by the Police AO1+AO2 Lesson 9: Moving Away AO1+AO2+AO3 Lesson 10: A New Start AO1+AO2 Lesson 11: Suspensions and Secrets AO1+AO2 Lesson 12: Mickey and Edward Reunited AO1+AO2 Lesson 13:Teenage Years AO1+AO2 Lesson 14: Adult Life AO1+AO2 Lesson 15: Crime and Punishment AO1+AO2+AO3 Lesson 16: The End AO1+AO2 Lesson 17: Exam preparation lesson 1 AO1+AO2+AO3+AO4 Lesson 18: Exam preparation lesson 2 AO1+AO2+AO3+AO4 Final Assessment Question, 45 minute timed essay Resources: AQA Paper 2 mark scheme Assessment objective tasks Character family tree Character worksheets Contextual knowledge sheet Final assessment task Glossary of literary terms Parallels and contrasts Student-friendly adapted mark scheme Teacher questions for learning Timeline of tension and events
aliceboyd1995
A Complete IB PYP Unit of Inquiry How We Express Ourselves with Fairy Tales

A Complete IB PYP Unit of Inquiry How We Express Ourselves with Fairy Tales

Fairy tales. An inherent part of childhood that take us on adventures of fantasy and culture. This complete IB PYP unit of inquiry delves into the imaginative world of classic fairy tales from around the world as we explore the central idea of: People around the world create stories to express emotion, ideas and values. With over 180 pages of trans disciplinary, hands on, inquiry based activities that provoke and engage, we develop our reading skills and strategies as we analyse different tales and text. (British & USA spelling is included. ) Designed for 2nd-5th grades, this packet provides differentiated activities and resources, making it easy to plan for your class’s needs. Activities that are marked A. are more challenging than those marked B. Lines of inquiry: How does literature invite different interpretations? How beliefs and values are taught through stories. What are different methods of storytelling? You will find the following within this packet: Comparing & contrasting different texts Inferring Theme-morals and values Sequencing Character traits Fictional writing & plot structure Descriptive writing & figurative language Puppets and puppet shows Digital storytelling Reader’s Theatre Fractured Fairy Tales Geometry – identifying polygons Tessellations Data analysis Formative assessments throughout. Rubrics & checklists And much, much more. This unit culminates with a summative assessment that requires the children to create their own fairy tale or recreate a well known tale, telling it in a way that demonstrates their own unique form of expression. The kids love every part of this unit and are thoroughly involved. Be prepared to have them share a myriad of fairy tales that they actively find by themselves!  If you enjoy this unit, you will also love my other complete units of inquiry. Stop by and browse around my store. You can also keep in touch via my blog PYPteachingtools Find me @pypteaching Enjoy! Susan Powers PYPteachingtools.com
susanpowers09
12  Song Lyric sheets for Oliver

12 Song Lyric sheets for Oliver

Song Lyrics for: who will buy Where is love Reviewing the situation Pick a Pocket Oom pah pah OLIVER I’d do anything Food Glorious Food consider yourself Boy for Sale
rosie_m
Changing Perspectives in Fairy Tales and a full, concise preparation and assessment booklet.

Changing Perspectives in Fairy Tales and a full, concise preparation and assessment booklet.

Fairy Tales are canonical texts, passed through the ages. These resources ask pupils to explore the different characters perspectives in fairy tales and then helps guide them into preparation for their own performance of a classic Fairy Tale. For higher ability or older students you could ask them to modernise the fairy tales or even ‘explode the canon’ and turn the fairy tale on it’s head! Thanks so much for viewing, please review and feel free to browse to other resources too (many of them are free as I know how hard us teachers work!) Many thanks, Short
sarah_hewitt2018
KS4 GCSE Macbeth Act 5 Scene 1

KS4 GCSE Macbeth Act 5 Scene 1

A lesson focusing on thematic links and analysis of Act 5, Scene 1 of Macbeth. A quote matching activity is included as well as an extract and annotations. Suitable for a mixed ability year 11 class or higher ability year 10 group. Can be used to supplement an existing SoW or as a revision activity.
omedoto7
Student Run Theater Company

Student Run Theater Company

Included are job descriptions, check lists, time lines, and details for organizing a student run theater company! Many many jobs “behind the scenes” are outlined. Each student has responsibility for their part, while contributing to the whole. This covers all but the acting and directing! Also includes a 6 - 8 hour Dance marathon fundraiser / organizer. Project based learning.
bblock_redwood_org
Student Run Theater Company - Dance Marathon FUNdraiser

Student Run Theater Company - Dance Marathon FUNdraiser

All the basics and organizing information to start your own DANCE-A-THON (DAT). This 6 - 10 hour fund raiser is a huge part of building ensemble. The guides outline how to organize music, food, pledges, and overall structure. Advanced students choose the music, all students try to earn pledges. We require attendance, but we do NOT require fund raising! No student leaves early or arrives late without parent permission. Lighting student program all the fx possible, and every hour there is a theme. A great ensemble builder and fund raiser.
bblock_redwood_org