CP20.3 Investigate artistic voice and perspectives of the “other”(e.g., marginalized individuals and communities, silenced people in history, powerful figures, celebrities, extraterrestrials, fictional characters) through works of dramatic art.
c. Discuss issues of appropriation of culture, ideas and voice and its connection to respect, integrity, intellectual property and the representation of own and others’ work in drama and theatre.
d. Research examples of appropriation, and discuss ways to respectfully portray the voice and perspective of the “other” in drama and theatre.
e. Write and perform in role, representing the voice and diverse perspectives of an individual from a community that is not one’s own (e.g., refugee, corporate leader, single mother, authoritarian leader, dragonslayer, environmental activist, homeless elderly veteran, lost time traveller).
Miscast and Seldom Seen
Transgender Representation in TV and Movies
Who’s Telling My Story?
CP20.5 Present and sustain a performance for an audience (e.g., peers, invited guests, public) that considers the combination of artistic and technical components.
b. Practically explore the actor’s toolbox (e.g., voice, movement, theatrical performance styles, understanding character, awareness of self and space, text notation and memorization).
Buy Nothing Day
Cyberbullying and Civic Participation
Dealing with Digital Stress
Exposing Gender Stereotypes
First, Do No Harm: Being an Active Witness to Cyberbullying
Images of Learning
TV Dads: Immature and Irresponsible?
Understanding Cyberbullying : Virtual vs. Physical Worlds