Item description for Teatro para ninos (Obras Selectas Del Teatro Mexicano) by Martha Alexander, Duardo Atl, Pilar Campesino & Miguel Angel Tenorio...
Works in this anthology have been selected with drama teachers and their students in mind. A variety of ways to put on a play are presented, all within reach of a student group each scene will make a seamless transition from classroom to stage. Numerous subgenres of theater are encompassed within the collection, from an exercise in choral poetry to a puppet show.
Las obras de esta antologa estn dirigidas a maestros y alumnos que quieran ensear y aprender jugando. El propsito del libro es poner al alcance de ellos una amplia variedad de modos de hacer teatro y, si bien las obras pueden ser representadas por adultos y dirigidas a los nios, estn hechas para que los nios puedan llevarlas a escena en el saln de clase. Las obras abarcan distintos subgneros teatrales: desde un ejercicio de poesa coral hasta el popular trabajo con tteres que tanto hace disfrutar a los pequeos.
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Studio: Editorial Pax Mexico
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Editorial Pax Mexico
ISBN 9688607398 ISBN13 9789688607398
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More About Martha Alexander, Duardo Atl, Pilar Campesino & Miguel Angel Tenorio
Sidney Lippman says, "Making an illustrated children's book out of the song is such a natural idea that I'm amazed the process wasn't reversed--that the children's book didn't come first, followed by the song." Martha Alexander said, "I've never had so much fun illustrating a book. My editor and art director said, 'No limits--do it the way you want.' That really freed me. I especially loved putting the baby animals in the pictures." Martha Alexander died in 2006.
Martha Alexander currently resides in Honolulu, in the state of Hawaii.