The Drama School offers secondary schools in the city, where theatre is a crosscurricular subject, the opportunity to have some fieldwork experience in the world of theatre.
This fieldwork experience is based on providing the students with the tools they need to create a show that will be performed at the end of the process. Furthermore, these tools enable the students to acquire values that will make them people who are able to intervene in an active and critical way in society and develop the necessary knowledge, capacity, abilities and attitude for personal growth.
The different groups from the secondary school will work together to create a show. Each subgroup will perform a part, passage or act of the final show.
To understand the importance of respecting each other and accepting each other the way they are.
To put into practice linguistic communicative competences whilst working on the text and correcting the reading of it, taking into account intonation, dramatic pauase, rhythm or intensity, amongst other things
For the pupil to show initiative whilst creating characters using a minimum of guidelines; use of movement and gestures as well as speech
To understand and make use of improvisation techniques as a creative tool.
To be sure of the fact that working as a group is the key to success.
To gain as detailed knowledge as possible of the play being worked on.
To get young people to know about cultural theatre and to introduce them to this world, via which they can find answers for many of their own concerns and acquire analytical skills.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
Secondary schools. The play done will depend on the participants’ age.
HOW LONG AND WHEN?
25 hours divided among 4 or 5 school days, from 9am to 2pm. On the last day in the afternoon the show will be performed at the L’Escorxador Municipal Theatre.
40€ / pupil