In this assignment, you will select a short story from Sudden Fiction as your performance text. You will then design a performance to relate this text and character to your audience. For this assignment, you will prepare a 3-4 page typed and double-spaced essay in which you will analyze your selected poem using the dramatistic pentad. You will also offer a brief description of how you would stage and perform this text in terms of your use of voice, movement, and space.
Objectives of this assignment
To explore the ways performance constitutes a way of thinking, feeling, and being in the world.
To understand how we use performance as a means of experiencing our own perspectives and identities, as well as the perspectives and identities of others.
To understand through performance how language and texts constitute rhetorical acts.
To critically examine our own ideas and the ideas of others and to express this critique in performance.
To develop critical thinking by enhancing written and oral communication skills.
Elements in this project:
Select a text from Sudden Fiction. Choose a text with a speaker and meaning that you feel you can clearly relate to the audience. Use Pelias and Shaffer’s articulation of empathy as a resource for encountering the speaker in your chosen text.
The text is in the files as two pictures as well as files to help shape the paper. Also of the three sources in the extra assignment notes file i provide two of the sources. One coincides with the short story and the other with the two textbook pages needs for the essay.
2. Write an analysis of your selected text using the dramatistic pentad, and a description of and rationale for how you might perform this text. This paper must:
Identify each element of the pentad in your selected short story, using specific examples to support your analysis.
Provide a description of and rationale for your performance choices. Explain how you would enact the elements of the pentad through your use of voice, body, and staging.
Discuss each element of the pentad in 1-2 paragraphs.
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