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The Unexpected-: Creative Producers

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Resources in Oliver

Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies.  Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.

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Creative Producers

Creative Producers: Assessment success criteria

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“First to five” group marking

5 marks Revision of objects

5 marks Link of object to theme: exploration

5 marks Engaged audience, entertaining

5 marks Dramatic and/or theatrical including physicality an effective use of voice clarity ad projection

5 marks Displays higher-order thinking and/or sophistication of ideas


Marking Criteria

You will be marked on the basis of the following criteria:

Physicality and voice   /10                                             

Coherence   /10

Structure   /10               

Dramatic communication of ideas     /10                             

Flair   /10

Content and use of the object to represent a place      /10 

Monologue Genie

How do you write a killer audition monologue?  Good question.   In Monologue Writing 101 I’ve broken it down for you into 10 Elements of a Great Audition Monologue.   In truth, there are so many different things that make any piece of writing unique, effective, gripping, funny, moving, engaging, etc. that one could write volumes on the subject.


When you get a piece of information from another actor, first, accept it as fact and second, add a little bit more information to it!


Improvisational theatre is a fantastic tool in the drama classroom and one many teachers use. It helps students learn to react and respond to unexpected situations, and builds confidence and creative abilities.