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The Educational Theatre course at Albright College, taught by Dr. Rodney Warfield, was a challenging and eye-opening course that I learned a lot from. The pictures on this page documents our dress-rehearsal performance of our original dramatic production, "The Goblin in the Woods."
instructs children to play before she washes the dishes.
The jack-in-the-box and the door stand at the ready.
|George and Gina have a good time playing and making a mess of their room.|
jack-in-the-box a shove.
George begins to get fussy with Mother.
|Poor jack-in-the-box lays on his side, the victim of Gina's anger with Mother.|
|Sister thinks running away may have been a bad idea.|
|Uh oh! The Goblin appears and finds footprints in his forest.|
|The Goblin gives instructions to his transformed Evil Tree Monster.|
|Gina can't go any further. George agrees to go home because it is getting scary in the woods.|
|George and Gina turn around to go home but get lost. The Goblin spots the children from behind a tree.|
|Ha ha ha! The monster captures the children and the Goblin jumps out from behind a tree.|
|The Goblin contemplates what kind of dish to prepare from the caged children.|
|Mother searches for her children in the forest.|
|The caged children plaintively shout for help.|
|Mother sneaks into the cave and tells her children about her plan to free them from the Goblin.|
|Mother prepares to blind the Goblin with some of his own Children Noodle soup broth.|
|The Goblin rethinks his plans after stunning George.|
|Mother prepares to dispatch the Goblin to a stewy eternity.|
|Mother tends to her fallen child.|
|Mother comforts her children.|
|A creative digital photo collage showing the transformative powers of theatre for the final project..|
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