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Acting Out

A sculpture represents a moment in time either a person, animal, or event that is "frozen" for us to see. In looking at the sculptures below, what do you think each sculpture is about? What would happen if we "unfroze" the sculpture? What would be the next movement of the sculpture?

Create a Play Using Sculpture

Select a sculpture that you have seen or visited before, or choose one of the sculptures from the next page.

Before you can write a play or a skit about your selected sculpture, you will need to find out information about the sculpture and its subject. By looking closely at the sculpture, you will find clues that will give you visual information about what is happening in the sculpture. By doing some research on the subject of the sculpture, you will learn facts that you can use to write your play. Write down your observations and information to use as you write your play.

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