Bravo! Bravo! Good show! Encore! Encore!
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|Performance Space||Puppet box portrays accurate characteristics of the stage area AND audience seating of the time period. Puppet box is extremely creative, highly detailed, and well crafted.||Puppet box portrays some accurate characteristics of the stage are AND audience seating of the time period. Puppet box is creative and shows effort.||Puppet box portrays only stage area OR audience seating with limited details. Puppet box shows some effort in creativity and craftsmanship.||Puppet box is not representative of the time period. Minimal creativity and effort used in crafting the stage.||20|
|Costumes, make-up, masks, props||All paper or 3-D puppets are dressed in original well-crafted costumes authentic to the time period. All costumes enhance the character portrayed. Make-up and masks are used and accurately reflect the time period. All props necessary for the show are included and authentic to the time period.||All paper or 3-D puppets are dressed in original and authentic costumes. Costumes do little to enhance character. Make-up and masks are mostly used. Most essential props were included in the performance but may be lacking in authenticity.||Most character puppets had historically accurate costumes. Costumes were not originally created. Limited use of make-up and masks. Some props were included in performance.||Character puppets had no costumes or historically inaccurate costumes. No make-up or masks were used. Props were pantomimed.||20|
|Presentation of time period||Distinguishing characteristics of the time era are discussed in great detail. Important contributions to theater history are noted. Performance space characteristics and functions are labeled or described with precise vocabulary. Costumes, masks, and make-up are described with details and new vocabulary.||Distinguishing characteristics of the era are discussed with many details. Performance space characteristics and functions and labeled or described with adequate vocabulary. Costumes masks, and make-up are described in detail with adequate vocabulary.||Distinguishing characteristics of the era are discussed with few details. Performance space characteristics are described with limited vocabulary. Costumes, make-up, and masks are described with limited vocabulary.||Important historical characteristics of the era are not addressed. Details about the stage, costumes, or masks may be missing.||20|
|Reader's Theater Performance of Jack and the Beanstalk||Plot has a clear beginning, middle, and end. The performance style accurately reflects the time period. Character lines are read clearly, loudly, and with great character and enthusiasm. Play is well rehearsed.||Plot has a clear beginning, middle, and end. Some performance elements reflect the time period. Lines are read clearly, loudly, and with character. Play has been rehearsed despite a few glitches.||Plot has a clear beginning, middle, and end. The performance elements may not be authentic to the time period. Lines are read quietly with little character. Play has been inadequately rehearsed.||Plot elements may be lacking. Lines are read quietly with no character. There is no evidence of play rehearsal.||20|
Total Score: 100