In eight chapters, Lillenas Drama editor Paul Miller moves the director from seeing the need of organizing a drama group, to what to do during meetings between productions, to keeping the concept of ministry alive. Included are acting games, scripted worship, and forms to use with your group.
Another Lillenas Drama Topics Series title. The question comes up often in workshops, ’How do we keep our drama interests going between productions?’ The answer can be found in the eight considerations of Miller’s handbook: ’1st--Recognize the Benefits of Meeting Between Productions’; ’2nd--Make Ministry Your Reason for Existence’; ’3rd--Take Seriously the Necessity of Preparing a Purpose Statement’; ’4th--The Drama Meeting: A Couple of General Thoughts’; ’5th--The Drama Meeting: Providing Inspiration’; ’6th-The Drama Meeting: Actor Training’; ’7th--The Drama Meeting: Script Reading’; ’8th--The Drama Meeting: Talking Technical.’ Included are acting games and warm-ups, scripted worship, and forms to use with your group.
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