1 THE RELUCTANT DRAGON is a play based on a story written by Kenneth Grahame in Please use this Study Guide to enhance the educational experience for your students. ALL ABOUT A.C.T. For Youth A.C.T For Youth is an acclaimed professional touring theatre company based in Orlando, Florida. Each year, the Atlantic Coast Theatre performs hundreds of shows for students throughout the U.S. ACT For Youth s high-quality educational programming is recognized nationally by theatres, schools, art councils, libraries, and festivals not to mention the thousands of children & families who see A.C.T. shows each year! A.C.T. For Youth has been awarded placement on: ~Florida State Touring Roster~ ~Hillsborough County Artist Roster~ ~Broward County FL Artist Roster~ ~SC Arts Commission Roster Of Approved Artists~ ~Raleigh/Wake County, NC United Arts Roster~ Visit Our Website!
2 Kenneth Grahame was a famous British author. His most known work is his beloved 1908 children s book THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. 10 years before, Mr. Grahame wrote DREAM DAYS- The book contained a series of short stories for children. The most famous story from DREAM DAYS is The Reluctant Dragon. This beautiful picture was painted by the famous American painter, Maxfield Parrish ( ). Look at this illustration. What do you think the story of The Reluctant Dragon is about? This is a picture of an old copy of DREAM DAYS. How would you design the cover of the book?
3 Dragons are mythical (imaginary) creatures. They are not real. Still, some of the most famous stories and fairy tales in our history contain these large and scary beasts. From the stories or fairy tales you have heard, write in the boxes some of the things dragons do? The word slay means to kill. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Often in fairy tales, the Brave Knight needs to save the town or the Fair Damsel (lady) from the Evil Dragon. The Knight must Slay The Dragon in order to protect the people he cares about. This is a famous painting by an Italian painter named Paolo Uccello. Uccello lived from ( ). The dragon is being slain by the knight. How Does This Painting Make You Feel? Who Do You Identify With? The Knight The Fair Damsel Or The Dragon?
4 Often, when people think about Dragons they imagine that they are mean monsters who want to fight. The Dragon in THE RELUCTANT DRAGON is a nice Dragon. She does not want to fight with others she is peaceful. Draw your version of a good and peaceful dragon. Share your drawings with your class.
5 Scourge- A severe widespread problem affecting a community Magnitude- Greatness in size or importance Muse- Someone or something that inspires an artist to create Barbaric- Uncivilized, harsh, and cruel Ferocious- Used to describe something wild and fierce Dagger- A short sword Breach- A gap in a line of soldiers Vile- Very, Very, Very BAD Improvise- To act on the spur of the moment or to create without a plan THE WHITE DRAGON FLAG OF ENGLAND During the play you will see this dragon on red flags hanging from the set. The red flags with a white dragon painted on them have been carried and flown as proud emblems of English warriors since around 450 A.D.
6 All About The Actors Noel Holland & Don Gruel You will be seeing professional actors! That means they act for their jobs! An interesting fact about the actors: They started acting when they were YOUR age! NOEL HOLLAND HOLLAND I cannot remember a time when I was not singing. As a child, I would sing to anyone who would listen if nobody was there to hear, I would sing to myself! I started acting and dancing because I loved performing on stage. My sister and I would put on plays for our parents in the living room! When I was in middle school and high school, I decided that I wanted to be a performer. After I graduated college with a degree in music, I became a professional actor- working for theatres all over the country. Now, I have my dream job owning a theatre. I am so proud to be a part of the Atlantic Coast Theatre For Youth. It gives me all kinds of opportunities to sing, act, write songs, and use my imagination. I so enjoy creating shows that children love because I loved theatre and music so much when I was a child! Don as the Easter Bunny in his 3rd Grade School Play Noel & her little sister, Meredith, putting on a play for family. DON GRUEL GRUEL I grew up in Beaufort, South Carolina. When I was little, I would make up plays using my Star Wars Action Figures as the actors. I started doing school plays when I was in Kindergarten, but my first play outside of school I was in the musical OKLAHOMA when I was 10 years old. I really liked the feeling of being able to pretend to become other people in other places. I kept doing plays throughout Middle School & High School and decided to study Theatre in college. I graduated from the University Of South Carolina in 1993 and have worked in professional theatre ever since. I have always loved using my imagination. As an actor, I get to be creative every single day. You can try acting too! Get involved in a play at school or in your community!
7 Every good play has to start somewhere. Sometimes the idea for a play comes completely from the playwright s imagination. Sometimes the idea is created from a book or a story. The writer uses the original book or story as an inspiration. ADAPTATION ~A New Play Based On A Book Or A Story~ THE RELUCTANT DRAGON This play is based on Kenneth Grahame s story, The Reluctant Dragon. A.C.T. For Youth playwright, Don Gruel, read the story before creating an entertaining adaptation of this charming tale for the stage. WRITE YOUR OWN PLAY ADAPTATION ACTIVITY PLAYWRITING TIPS 1. Pick a story with characters that will make your play interesting. You can also create new characters. Remember it is your adaptation! 2. Make a Road Map outline the plan of how you want your play to be written. Don t be afraid to change your mind. Sometimes creativity needs to take a detour! 3. Write your dialogue (what the characters say). Try to write dialogue that is realistic not too formal. It will sound closer to how people really talk.
8 A.C.T. For Youth loves to receive letters from our audience! Here Are A Few Things You Can Include In Your Letter! ~A DRAWING~ ~WHAT YOU LEARNED~ ~YOUR FAVORITE PART~ Your Opinions Count! They Help Us When We Write New Shows! You will write letters all of your life in school, to correspond with friends and family, and for your job one day. It is very important to know how to write a good letter. Your teachers may want you to write your letter in a proper letter-writing style or format. Here is an example of one style! A.C.T. For Youth 8297 Champions Gate Blvd. #188 Champions Gate, FL Dear Audience: The Atlantic Coast Theatre For Youth would like to thank all of you for showing us such fantastic audience manners during the show! Everyone was so respectful during the performance. You laughed when things were funny, but you were also able to quiet back down so that everyone could hear. I don t think that we heard anyone talking while the actors were on stage. That was great! You made our job so much fun. Thanks so much! You were wonderful! Sincerely, Send your letters to: Don Gruel & Noel Holland Atlantic Coast Theatre For Youth 8297 Champions Gate Blvd. #188 Champions Gate, FL 33896
9 Before The Show Activities Discuss as a class the differences between television/movies and a live theatre production. How are you expected to behave at a play? What does it mean to have good theatre manners? Familiarize yourself with the vocabulary words listed in the study guide. They may help you understand parts of the show better. Talk about the folklore of dragons throughout history. What do you expect to see in a show that has a dragon in it? After The Show Activities PUTTING ON A PLAY The characters in The Reluctant Dragon put on a grand performance of the battle. The theatre terms used during the play were: REHEARSE, SCRIPT, LINES, STAGE DIRECTION, COSTUME, COMEDY, TRAGEDY, STAGE FRIGHT, PROLOGUE, and IMPROVISE. See if you can remember as a class what each word meant. Perhaps your class will be inspired to create a play too just like the Dragon and Sir George! A PEACEFUL DRAGON The dragon in the play was a peaceful and loving dragon. You cannot judge a book by its cover. She was kind, caring, and smart very different from the stereotypical idea of what a dragon would be like. How can the show s moral relate to real life? Write a story about a good time when you discovered someone to be different than what you expected. What did you learn from that person? WHAT IS IN A NAME?- Good playwrights choose their words very carefully. Often things like names are used for a specific reason. The name of the village in the play is called Alleyn Upon Burbage. Edward Alleyn and Richard Burbage were two of the most famous actors who worked with William Shakespeare. Use the internet to research Shakespeare s company. Imagine what performing on stage was like back then. UNLIKELY FRIENDS Sir George and the Dragon became friends even though they were different from each other. Often we have things in common with our friends, but we don t have to be the same. In fact, our differences make our friendships more interesting and unique, because we learn from one another. Pick one of your friends to make a list about. List the things you have in common and how you are different. Compliment your friend by creating a poster about your friendship. On the poster celebrate your similarities and differences show what makes your friendship special.
10 National Standards: Kindergarten 4 th Grade NA-T.K-4.6 COMPARING AND CONNECTING ART FORMS BY DESCRIBING THEATRE, DRAMATIC MEDIA, AND OTHER ART FORMS Students describe visual, aural, oral, and kinetic elements in theatre, dramatic media, dance, music, and visual arts Students compare how ideas and emotions are expressed in theatre, dramatic media, dance, music, and visual arts Students select movement, music, or visual elements to enhance the mood of a classroom dramatization NA-T.K-4.7 ANALYZING AND EXPLAINING PERSONAL PREFERENCES AND CONSTRUCTING MEANINGS FROM CLASSROOM DRAMATIZATIONS AND FROM THEATRE, FILM, TELEVISION, AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA PRODUCTIONS Students identify and describe the visual, aural, oral, and kinetic elements of classroom dramatizations and dramatic performances Students explain how the wants and needs of characters are similar to and different from their ow n Students articulate emotional responses to and explain personal preferences about the w hole as well as the parts of dramatic performances NA-T.K-4.8 UNDERSTANDING CONTEXT BY RECOGNIZING THE ROLE OF THEATRE, FILM, TELEVISION, AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN DAILY LIFE Students identify and compare similar characters and situations in stories and dramas from and about various cultures, illustrate w ith classroom dramatizations, and discuss how theatre reflects life Students identify and compare the various settings and reasons for creating dramas and attending theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions NSS-USH.K-4.3 THE HISTORY OF PEOPLES OF MANY CULTURES AROUND THE WORLD Understands selected attributes and historical developments of societies in Europe National Standards: 5 th Grade NA-T COMPARING AND CONNECTING ART FORMS BY DESCRIBING THEATRE, DRAMATIC MEDIA, AND OTHER ART FORMS Students describe characteristics and compare the presentation of characters, environments, and actions in theatre, musical theatre, dramatic media, dance, and visual arts Students incorporate elements of dance, music, and visual arts to express ideas and emotions in improvised and scripted scenes Students express and compare personal reactions to several art forms Students describe and compare the functions and interaction of performing and visual artists and audienc e members in theatre, dramatic media, musical theatre, dance, music, and visual arts NA-T ANAYZING AND EXPLAINING PERSONAL PREFERENCES AND CONSTRUCTING MEANINGS FROM CLASSROOM DRAMATIZATIONS AND FROM THEATRE, FILM, TELEVISION, AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA PRODUCTIONS Students describe and analyze the effect for publicity, study guides, programs, and physical environments on audience response and appreciation of dramatic performances NA-T UNDERSTANDING CONTEXT BY RECOGNIZING THE ROLE OF THEATRE, FILM, TELEVISION, AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN DAILY LIFE Students describe and compare universal characters and situations in dramas from and about various cultures and historical periods, illustrate in improvised and scripted scenes, and discuss how theatre reflects a culture NSS-WH ERA 6: THE EM ERGENCE OF THE FIRST GLOBAL AGE Major global trends from 1450 to 1770 How European society experienced cultural transformations
11 FL SUNSHINE STATE FINE ARTS STANDARDS PLEASE NOTE: Adoption of the Florida Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) Is Pending Until they are adopted, here are the current FL Sunshine State Standards supported in THE RELUCTANT DRAGON (By participating in the Study Guide activities, watching the performance, and encouraging classroom discussion of the play, your students artistic experience can support several standards) Florida Sunshine State Standards: Pre-K-2 nd Grades THEATRE TH.A.1.1 The student acts by developing, communicating, and sustaining characters in improvisation and formal or informal productions Creates imagined characters, relationships, and environments using basic acting skills Creates individually and in groups, animate and inanimate objects through the movement of the human body TH.C.1.1 The student understands context by analyzing the role of theatre, film, television, and electronic media in the past and present Expresse s remembered ideas, feelings, and concepts of daily activities through dramatic play Understands how we learn about ourselves, our relationships, and our environment through forms of theatre Understands characters, situations, and dramatic media from the stories and dramas of various cultures TH.D.1.1 The student analyzes, criticizes, and constructs meaning from formal and informal theatre, film, television, and electronic media Portrays imaginary sensory experiences through dramatic play Gives reasons for personal preferences for formal and informal performances Understands appropriate audience responses to dramatic presentations Understands how theater communicates events of everyday life Understands the similarities and differences between play acting, pretending, and real life TH.E.1.1 The student understands applications of the role of theatre, film, television, and electronic media in everyday life Understands the similarities and differences among how emotions are expressed in theatre, dramatic media, music, dance, and visual art Cooperates with others to create formal and informal theatrical works and to solve the problems inherent in simple scenes Florida Sunshine State Standards: 3 rd -5 th Grades THEATRE TH.A.1.2 The student acts by developing, communicating, and sustaining characters in improvisation and formal or informal productions Creates imagined characters, relationships, and environments using basic acting skills TH.C.1.2 The student understands context by analyzing the role of theatre, film, television, and electronic media in the past and present Understands how theatre is an interpretation of actual events in history and everyday life Understands how theatre reflects culture through universal characters and dramas from various cultures and historical time periods TH.D.1.2 The student analyzes, criticizes, and constructs meaning from formal and informal theatre, film, television, and electronic media Knows how theatre uses visual elements (e.g. set design and costuming), sound (e.g. sound effects and vocal inflection), and movement (e.g. staging and character portrayal) to communicate Understands the similarities and differences between real life and the theatre s representation of life (e.g. the meaning of the concept, willing suspension of disbelief ) Articulates emotional responses to the whole, as well as parts of, dramatic performances TH.E.1.2 The student understands applications of the role of theatre, film, television, and electronic media in everyday life Understands theatre as a social function and theatre etiquette as the responsibility of the audience Collaborates in the construction of formal and informal productions
12 These standards can be supported by watching The Reluctant Dragon, participating in the activities listed in the study guide, and classroom discussion after the show. Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade LA.K LA.K LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA SS.K.A.2.4 SS.K.C.2.1 SS.1.A.2.4 SS.1.A 2.2 SS.1.A.2.5 SS.2.C.2.2 SS.2.C.2.4 SS.3.C.2.1 SS.4.C.2.2 SS.5.C.2.5 PLEASE NOTE When Fine Arts Next Generation Standards are adopted, they will be added to this list.
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