Sunday, November 18, 2012

The Seagull: Act Two

After our quiz on Act One, we will read Act Two of the Seagull. Please read Act III and any part of Act II that we do not complete today in class for Wednesday.

During period two, please use the time in the lab to complete homework or continue writing the draft of your play. A completed draft of your script will be due after Thanksgiving break.

HOMEWORK: Please read Acts II & III of The Seagull. Note how Chekhov builds the tension, develops character, and presents us with a human issues and themes dealing with love, life, nature, and/or death.

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