Teatro para niños

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Editorial Pax México, Nov 1, 2005 - Drama - 240 pages
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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 antología están dirigidas a maestros y alumnos que quieran enseñar y aprender jugando. El propósito 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 niños, están hechas para que los niños puedan llevarlas a escena en el salón de clase. Las obras abarcan distintos subgéneros teatrales: desde un ejercicio de poesía coral hasta el popular trabajo con títeres que tanto hace disfrutar a los pequeños.
 

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Las dos catarinas
31
La pobre ranita
41
Epaminondas hijo mío
49
Anita la del durazno
89
El príncipe que tenía que trabajar para seguir
123
Otros tres cochinitos
145
El rey y el Inventor
157
El niño del amaranto
175
Únete niño Vamos a salvar el bosque
203
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Martha Alexander was born in 1920 in Georgia. She attended the Cincinnati Academy of Art, and lived in many places, including New York, Alaska, and Washington state, before settling in Honolulu, Hawaii. Alexander was an artist since childhood, trying her hand at ceramics, doll making, fabric and clothing design, portrait painting, children's murals and paintings, decorative collages and mosaics, and teaching art to adults and children. She said after attending the Cincinnati Academy of Art, that she did not find her niche in the art world until, at the age of forty-five, she was given her first children's book to illustrate. She knew then that her long search for the right medium of expression had been more than justified. Alexander was an author and an illustrator of children's books that dealt mostly with what it's like to grow up. Martha Alexander wrote and illustrated the Blackboard Bear books and has written and illustrated a host of books for children. She died in 2006.