Shakespeares Romeo & Juliet for Kids: 3 Short Melodramatic Plays for 3 Group Sizes by Brendan P. KelsoRomeo & Juliet like you have never read it before; quick, fun, and easy to understand. Designed for 6-18] actors, kids of all ages, or anyone who wants to enjoy and loosely understand Shakespeares play.
What you will get:
3 melodramatic modifications for group sizes:
Actual lines from Shakespeares play mixed in
Creatively funny interpretations of the play
A delightfully hilarious rendition that is easy for ADULTS to understand too!
A kid who loves Shakespeare!
This mini-melodramatic masterpiece is sure to be a doorway for your child to love all the classics. Shakespeare is difficult enough in class or watching on stage, let alone trying to teach the stories to children, but as the authors mantra states in the book, there is no better way to learn than to have fun! Kids who have read this have also eventually purchased the entire Shakespeare works, and have completed hero reports on Shakespeare at school. Guaranteed to have you coming back for more!
Romeo and Juliet, Shortened (Grades 6-12)
The collection of Shakespeare pieces on the Drama Notebook website have been created and edited by professional Shakespearean actors. To create an easy Shakespeare performance, use the short scripts on this website so that every student has a meaningful role. To expand any piece, ask students to read the play in its entirety and choose a soliloquy to add into the play. This can be completely elective, allowing interested students to take the work further. Additionally, students can be invited to choose a sonnet to perform either alone or with a partner between the plays presented on performance day! Why Subscribe? Inside Drama Notebook, you will find a huge collection of well-organized lesson plans, scripts for kids, drama activities, 50 drama games on video and more!
Five-Minute Romeo and Juliet by Aragorngirl. Chorus: Since we don't have the internet in Shakespeare's time, I'm here to give you the latest spoiler about Romeo and Juliet: they fall in love and they die! Enjoy the show. Capulet: I hate you. Montague: I hate you more!
Our scene is set in the town of Verona, where two families, both dignified and respected have been fighting for years. The younger members of these families have carried on the war and things are getting worse. Among these young rivals are the only children of the heads of the families. They are destined to be star- crossed lovers, and our stage is set to tell their tale of sadness, as only their deaths can end this awful war. Enter Mercutio and Benvolio and Gregory. Mercutio and Benvolio are laughing and chatting, but Gregory is wandering about looking on edge. So you have your sword out but youre not fighting?