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creative adaptation Aqa

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by Weimy, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. thanks guys thats very helpful!xxxx
     
  2. hi mrc368
    I too am doing creative adaptation with A2 and I am getting started with supporting notes. Can you help me with the key features? I am floundering a little...
    Thanks
    x
     
  3. Hi,
    I would really like to do Creative Adaptation with my A2 group this year. We were lucky enough to have seen Ministry of Fear last year. Would Kneehigh be considered creative adaptation?
    thanks
    H
     
  4. I'm struggling with finding Verbatim Theatre info and a performance for my students to watch. Am I not right in thinking your students HAVE to watch a live performance in that style?
    How did you get around Verbatim theatre last year?

    Raeesa
     

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