Presented with the right plays, children are the most honest and appreciative of audiences This anthology, compiled by an authority on children s theatre, collects new and overlooked scripts that represent the best of modern playwriting for children From works adapted from classic children s stories to original contemporary scripts, each play inspires the imagination as it entertains.With complete scripts for twenty plays plus a biographical sketch of each playwright, Theatre for Young Audiences is invaluable for anyone involved in children s theatre, from community theatre groups to teachers and students of dramatic literature.Plays included in this book Charlotte s Web Joseph RobinetteThe Arkansas Bear Aurand HarrisReally Rosie Maurice SendakThe Secret Garden Pam SterlingWiley and the Hairy Man Suzan ZederAccording to Coyote John KauffmanThe Mischief Makers Lowell SwortzellThe Wise Men of Chelm Sandra F AsherCrow Weasel Jim LeonardThe Ice Wolf Joanna H KrausHome on the Mornin Train Kim HinesThe Falcon Greg PalmerThe Man Child Arnold RabinHush An Interview with America James StillBocon Lisa LoomerThe Crane Wife Barbara CarlisleJungalbook Edward MastA Thousand Cranes Kathryn S MillerThe Yellow Boat David SaarSelkie Laurie Brooks Gollobin...
|Title||:||Theatre for Young Audiences: 20 Great Plays for Children|
|Publisher||:||St Martin s Press 1st edition April 15, 1998|
|Number of Pages||:||624 pages|
|File Size||:||860 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Theatre for Young Audiences: 20 Great Plays for Children Reviews
I love this book! The plays are deep and meaningful. Normally, my students would never want to read something so deep but since it is a play they are more motivated to do so. I like it a lot better than using novels because most of the plays are fairly short at least for 5th graders and up (They're about 10-20 pages long). This perfect for pulling lessons about story structure, characterizations, themes, and whatnot without having to read a full length novel or a lower level picture book.
Taking a class in children's theater and this book was recommended. Reading these really gives a good perspective on types of plays that are good for children
Not good for young students!
A good variety of plays for young audiences.
nice play information
The person who received this book as a gift loves the plays in it for their class.
This book is a great resource for kids theatre and has some fun and also touching pieces that are enjoyable for kids of all ages.