Theatre Studies & Drama

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Visual Depictions of the Meaning of Justice

From: Antigone v. Creon

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Discussion of the role of visual arts and visual imagery in law and legal theory. 11 $1.10 Add
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Reflections on the Antigone and Other Courtroom Dramas

From: Antigone v. Creon

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Discussion of dramatic depictions of courtroom trials. 11 $1.10 Add
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The Party Game

Sign Reading

From: The Power Manual

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The Party game comes from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn the subtle differences in status between characters — how they manifest and are transformed. The purpose of this game … 4 $0.40 Add
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Glossary of Important Names, Terms, and Phrases

From: Antigone v. Creon

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Glossary of legal, dramatic, historical, and philosophical terms and names used in the text. 7 $0.70 Add
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The Stand, Sit, Kneel Game

Deconstruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Stand, Sit, Kneel game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to amplify the status differences in scenes and reflect shifts in status. The purpose of this game is to … 4 $0.40 Add
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Select Bibliography

From: Antigone v. Creon

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List of court cases, books, and articles used as source material. 12 $1.20 Add
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The Tongue Twister Game

Reconsruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Tongue Twister game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to be in tune with their stage partner. The purpose of this game is to use the signs of interactions to tell a … 5 $0.50 Add
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The Meisner Game

Reconsruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Meisner game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to be in tune with their stage partner. Sanford Meisner, an American theater master, developed a unique approach to … 5 $0.50 Add
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The Yes, But/Yes, And Game

Sign Reading, Deconstruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Yes, But/Yes, And game comes from the field of theater. The goal for the actor is to keep the story going, even in tricky interactions. Therefore, blocking and accepting are key acting … 4 $0.40 Add
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The Circle Game

Reconsruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Circle game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to be in tune with the other actors on stage. When on stage, even if the actor is not directly interacting with another … 4 $0.40 Add
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The Lane Game

Reconsruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Lane game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to be in tune with the other actors on stage. When on stage, even if the actor is not directly interacting with another … 4 $0.40 Add
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The Body Language Game

Sign Reading

From: The Power Manual

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The Body Language game comes from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn the subtle differences in status between characters — how they manifest and are transformed. The purpose of … 4 $0.40 Add
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The Switching Game

Reconsruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Switching game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to be in tune with their stage partner and use action to drive status. The purpose of this game is to use the signs of … 9 $0.90 Add
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The Status Master Game

Sign Reading, Deconstruction, Reconstruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Status Master game was designed to explore the seven patterns of domination — tolerance, objectification, assimilation, authority, objectivity, accumulation, and certainty. The purpose … 7 $0.70 Add
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The Scene Study Game

Deconstruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Scene Study game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to understand the interactions in a scene and the core idea driving the interactions. The purpose of this game is to … 5 $0.50 Add
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The Character Study Game

Reconsruction

From: The Power Manual

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The Character Study game is from the field of theater. Actors play it to learn how to understand their character. The goal for the actor is to live truthfully under imaginary circumstances. Good … 5 $0.50 Add