“Teaching Commedia dell’Arte” by Tony Kishawi sounds like a valuable resource for educators looking to teach the art of Commedia dell’Arte effectively. Tony’s extensive experience in both performance and teaching, as well as his journey with learning difficulties, seems to have given him a unique perspective on conveying this theatrical form to students.
The handbook offers structured and adaptable lessons, making it a valuable tool for structuring an entire unit on Commedia dell’Arte. Tony’s training under Antonio Fava in Italy adds to his credibility as an expert.
Teachers interested in teaching Commedia dell’Arte may find this handbook a valuable resource for their curriculum.
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If you wish to teach a truly stimulating, deeply engaging and absolutely worthwhile unit within your drama class, go no further than this text. Not only is the Commedia Dell' Arte unit I have developed solely from this book a favourite amongst my students - I myself cannot wait to teach this unit again next year.
To me, this is the most valuable resource as you can find a lot of information floating around on what the characters are - but having exercises to teach these and have students remember and understand is the most important thing.