Adapted and Directed by David Catlin by William

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Table of Contents,Georgia Standards of Excellence GSE 3. Playwright William Shakespeare 4,Venue Atlanta Botanical Garden 5. Instructional Resources,Vocabulary 6,Mythical Allusions 7. Iambic Pentameter 8,Interpreting Shakespeare 9,Character Map 10. Dramatic Irony 11,Monologue Study 12,Discussion Questions 13.
Written Response Prompts 14,Works Cited 15,Special Thanks. Georgia Standards of Excellence,English Language Arts Grades 6 12. ELAGSE6RL3 Describe how a particular story s or drama s plot unfolds in a series of episodes as well. as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution. ELAGSE7RL3 Analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact e g how settings shape. the characters or plot, ELAGSE8RL3 Analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama propel the. action reveal aspects of a character or provoke a decision. ELAGSE8RL6 Analyze how differences in the points of view of characters and the audience or reader. e g created through the use of dramatic irony create such effects as suspense or humor. ELAGSE9 10RL4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text including. figurative and connotative meanings analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on. meaning and tone e g how the language evokes a sense of time and place how it sets a formal or. informal tone, ELAGSE9 10RL5 Analyze how an author s choices concerning how to structure a text order events. within it e g parallel plots and manipulate time e g pacing flashbacks create such effects as. mystery tension or surprise, ELAGSE11 12RL4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text including.
figurative and connotative meanings analyze the impact of specific word choice on meaning and. tone including words with multiple meanings or language that is particularly fresh engaging or. beautiful Include Shakespeare as well as other authors. ELAGSE11 12RL5 Analyze how an author s choices concerning how to structure specific parts of a. text e g the choice of where to begin or end a story the choice to provide a comedic or tragic. resolution contribute to its overall structure and meaning as well as its aesthetic impact. Theatre Art Grades 6 8, TA6 CR 2 Develop scripts through theatrical techniques. a Identify the elements of a story,b Identify the theme and structure of a play. c Articulate creative ideas in oral and written forms. TA6 RE 1 Engage actively and appropriately as an audience member. a Identify the role of the audience in different environments. TA6 RE 2 Critique various aspects of theatre and other media. TA7 CR 1 b Compare and contrast character types and relationships by analyzing character. motivations objectives and goals, TA7 PR 1 Act by communicating and sustaining roles in formal and informal environments. TA8 CR 1 Organize design and refine theatrical work. a Differentiate the physical emotional vocal and social dimensions of a variety of characters. b Compare the relationships and interactions between characters by analyzing character. motivation objectives obstacles strategy action stakes outcome. TA8 PR 1 a Demonstrate the physical emotional vocal and social dimensions of a character in. different types of theatre performances e g rate pitch volume inflection posture facial. expression motivation physical movement,About the Playwright William Shakespeare. Brevity is the,soul of wit,We know what we,are but know not.
what we may be,If music be the food,of love play on. source https www williamshakespeare net, April 23 1564 Born in Stratford upon Avon in Warwickshire England. o Son of John Shakespeare a glove maker and Mary Arden who had 8 children. 1578 1582 and 1585 1592 The Lost Years these periods in his life are considered a mystery. 1582 age 18 Married Anne Hathaway age 26, o They had 3 children Susanna came first followed by Hamnet and Judith twins. 1592 Reputation as poet playwright and actor established in London England. o Work includes 38 plays comedies tragedies histories 2 narrative poems 154 sonnets. o Founding member The Lord Chamberlain s Men later The King s Men. 1597 Purchased a home called New Place in Stratford upon Avon. 1599 Created his own theatre on the River Thames called The Globe. 1610 Retired from public life,1613 Finished last work. April 23 1616 Died age 52 buried in Holy Trinity Church. Shakespeare s legacy is as rich and diverse as his work his plays have spawned countless adaptations. across multiple genres and cultures and his plays have had an enduring presence on stage and film His. writings have been compiled in various iterations of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare by. different entities which usually include all of his plays his sonnets and his other poems From Stratford. to London and beyond William Shakespeare was and is one of the most important literary figures of the. English language Shakespeare Birthplace Trust,About the Venue.
Atlanta Botanical Garden,D id y ou k now, The Alliance Theatre is in the middle of its first renovation see a time lapse video here. since opening its doors at the Woodruff Arts C enter in 1968 The new Coca Cola Stage at the. Alliance Theatre will officially open in January 2019 with a new musical production of Ever After. Instead of choosing a sing le venue to house the 2017 2018 season and part of the 2018. 2019 season while its new theatre was constructed the theater company decided to bring. the action to the people in 13 locations t hroughout the city of Atlanta Learn more about. the Alliance Theatre s On the Road season here Alliance Theatre will scatter 2017 2018. shows around me tro area The Atlanta Journal Constitution March 8 2017. Synopsis A Midsummer Night s Dream at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. In a setting that even Shakespeare himself couldn t have imagined the Alliance Theatre will produce a. whimsical outdoor production of A Midsummer Night s Dream at the Atlanta Botanical Garden In. Shakespeare s most popular comedy two couples deal with love and all its complications confusion. jealousy and passion Further hindering the couples on their way to happily ever after are a lively band of. characters and challenging events including a band of actors wood sprites and elves and a botched love. potion Directed by David Catlin founding ensemble member of Lookingglass Theatre Company in. A tlanta B otanical Garden, The mission of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is to develop and maintain plant collections for display. education research conservation and enjoyment To learn more about the history of the Atlanta. Botanical Garden visit https atlantabg org about us mission history. source https atlantabg org explore art in the garden. C o nsiderations, P re Show What makes this venue setting so appropriate for this particular play. P o st Show Which natural elements e g weather contributed to the show that you saw. and how did that impact your overall impression of this piece of theater. Vocabulary, A Midsummer Night s Dream is packed with rich vocabulary Below is a list of key vocabulary words that. appear throughout the play,Word D efinition Part of Speech Used In Context.
Adieu Goodbye exclamation THISBY And farewell friends. Thus Thisby ends,Adieu adieu adieu, Alack An expression of regret or PYRAMUS O night with hue so black. dismay exclamation O night whichever art when day is not. O night O night alack alack alack, Bower A pleasant shady place noun TITANIA Tie up my love s tongue Lead him to my bower. Churl A mean spirited person noun PUCK Churl Upon thy eyes I throw. All the power this charm doth owe, Confederacy A league or alliance noun HELENA Lo she is one of this confederacy. Cur An aggressive dog a mongrel or HERMIA Out dog out cur Thou drivest me past the bounds. mutt noun And hast thou kill d him sleeping O brave touch. Could not a worm an adder do so much, Girdle A belt or cord worn around the PUCK I ll put a girdle round about the earth. waist noun In forty minutes,Idle Without purpose pointless PRUNE PUCK.
adjective And this weak and idle theme,A wand ring thought or daylit dream. Lob One who is silly or unintelligent MUSTARDSEED Farewell thou lob of spirits. Mortal A human being subject to death TITANIA I pray thee gentle mortal sing again. Nuptial Relating to marriage or BOTTOM The play and nuptials are now complete. weddings adjective, Nymph A spirit or sprite noun OBERON BOTTOM Fare well nymph. Progeny A descendent offspring noun TITANIA And this same progeny of evils comes. From our debate from our dissension,We are their parents and original. Promontory Land that juts into water noun OBERON Thou rememb rest. Since once I sat upon a promontory, Whilst a tempest raging did toss about a tiny bark. Vile Wicked adjective LYSANDER Awaking And run through fire I will for thy sweet sake. Where is Demetrius O how fit a word,Is that vile name to perish on my sword.
Vixen A spiteful or argumentative HELENA She was a vixen when she went to school. woman noun And though she be but little she is fierce. Wanton An immodest or promiscuous OBERON Tarry rash wanton am not I thy lord. woman noun,Mythical Allusions,1 Aphrodite 2 Cupid 4 Mermaid. Aphrodite ancient Greek goddess of love beauty and fertility who was also known as a goddess of the. sea and a goddess of war The Romans identified her as Venus. C upid ancient Roman god of love The Greeks identified him as Eros He is the son of Mercury. messenger of the gods and Venus Aphrodite and often appears as a winged infant carrying a bow. and a quiver of arrows whose wounds inspired love or passion in his every victim britannica com. Faeries Usually well intentioned these tiny mythical creatures intervene in the personal affairs of. humans often wreaking havoc, Mermaid a fabled marine creature that has the upper body of a woman and the tail of a fish Sometimes. called Sirens these legendary beings were very powerful and sometimes dangerous They loved music. and sang often sometimes luring mortals to death by drowning. Picture sources, 1 https www britannica com topic Aphrodite Greek mythology. 2 https www kidzworld com article 6425 all about cupid. 3 https www ancient origins net myths legends europe secret lives elves and faeries truth behind. story rev robert kirk 003195,4 https www britannica com topic mermaid. Iambic Pentameter,What is an Iamb, An iamb is two syllables one unstressed annotated U and one stressed annotated.
For example the word amend has two syllables pronounced uh mend When we say the word. amend we do not stress the first syllable and we do stress the second syllable We can annotate that. pattern like this,Un stressed U,Word a mend,Syllables 1 2. What is Iambic Pentameter, Iambic Pentameter describes a line of verse with five iambs 10 syllables total This poetic rhythmic. pattern resembles the sound of a beating heart or a trotting horse. For example,Un stressed U U U U U,Line Do you amend it then It lies in you. Syllables 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10,Practice Annotating Iambic Pentameter. Below is an excerpt from A Midsummer Night s Dream spoken by TITANIA Practice listening for and. annotating the iambs in each line, Remember There should be ten marks per line 5 U unstressed syllables and 5 stressed syllables.
Additionally these markings appear in an every other pattern like this U U U U U. Line 1 Full often hath she gossip d by my side,Line 2 And sat with me on Neptune s yellow sands. Line 3 And for her sake do I rear up her son,Line 4 And for her sake I will not part with him. Interpreting Shakespeare, One strategy for interpreting Shakespeare s writing is translating his poetry into more familiar. contemporary language Review the scenarios below Then translate Shakespeare s writing into. contemporary language to better understand the dialogue and current relationship between each set of. characters, Scenario 1 Hermia and Lysander have run away to the forest. Shakespeare s Writing C ontemporary Language, LYSANDER Here my sweet the sharp Athenian law LYSANDER.
Cannot pursue us If thou dost love me My love we are safe from the law here. Wilt swear and marry me tomorrow dawn If you do love me will you swear it and. marry me tomorrow morning,Model this one is already done. HERMIA I swear to thee by Cupid s strongest bow HERMIA. By his best arrow with the golden head,By all the vows that ever men have broke. A number more than ever women spoke,Tomorrow truly will I marry thee. Scenario 2 Demetrius and Helena meet in the forest. Shakespeare s Writing C ontemporary Language, DEMETRIUS Tempt not too much the hatred of my DEMETRIUS. For I am sick when I do look on thee, HELENA And I am sick when I look not on you HELENA.
It is not night when I do see your face, DEMETRIUS I ll run from thee and hide me in the DEMETRIUS. And leave thee to the mercy of wild beasts, HELENA The wildest hath not such a heart as you HELENA. Spoke not you words of so sweet breath composed,Did you not tell me once you loved me. DEMETRIUS You were the more deceived DEMETRIUS,I will not stay thy questions let me go. Or if thou follow me do not believe,But I shall do thee mischief in the wood.
C haracter Map, The Royals Lovers Mechanicals Gardeners and Faeries. Complete this Character Map by, 1 Illustrating each character as you envision him her in your head and. to London and beyond William Shakespeare was and is one of the most important literary figures of the English language Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Brevity is the soul of wit If music be the food of love play on We know what we are but know not what we may be

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