Drama

Study Notes and more for HSC - Higher School Certificate

Australia HSC - Higher School Certificate Drama

The study of drama is the study of life, with this art form an important tool for understanding and appreciating the wider world. HSC Drama courses teach students to explore the world by interacting with the very things that make life so rich and stimulating. In Drama, students learn how to represent their ideas effectively through the art of communication and interpretation. By studying performances and learning how to be critical of their presentation, they can learn to communicate and express themselves more effectively. We have a huge selection of Drama study notes to help you with every aspect of the HSC curriculum, from the skill of making theatrical forms through to performance notes and the critical study of form and style.
We offer important resources for Drama students across Australia, from detailed study notes through to complete course guides and revision material.


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Year 11 or Year 12

Preliminary Drama, Directors portfolio, Rhinoceros

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HSC - Year 11 - Drama

this is my Directors Portfolio for the play Rhinoceros, The Project got the top mark, the Project includes the Directori...

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Australian Playwrights; Dorothy Hewitt (chapel perilous) and David Williamson (The Removalists)

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HSC - Year 11 - Drama

"how do playwrights challenge and provoke their audiences" This is a dramatic discussion of conventions and how theatr...

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Dario Fo and Dramatic Conventions (Can't Pay Won't Pay)

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HSC - Year 11 - Drama

This essay discusses the influence of context on Dario Fo and his work, specifically Can't Pay Won't Pay. Discussing the...

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Essay - Australian Theater

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HSC - Year 12 - Drama

Band 6 essay on HSC Drama (Australian Theatre, Alex Buzo, and David Williamson), 19/20.

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Black Comedy Essay: Using Neighbourhood Watch and The Lieutenant of Inishmore

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HSC - Year 12 - Drama

Responding to question: "'Often in Black Comedy the juxtaposition of shocking content with an amusing context, assists t...

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How does Australian drama and theatre stage a range of the different individual experiences found in Australian society?

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HSC - Year 12 - Drama

Through deliberate staging and performance styles, Australian playwrights and theatre companies bring to life experience...

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Norm and Ahmed & The Removalists Essay

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HSC - Year 12 - Drama

A grade essay (17/20). Experiental learning and deep analysis with further reading. Q: How do theatrical practition...

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Drama Essay

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HSC - Year 11 - Drama

An introduction to writing Drama Essay's for HSC, incorporating relevant techniques and drama terminology. This essay re...

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Australian Contemporary Essay

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HSC - Year 12 - Drama

"Australian plays create empathy with an audience through their considered use of staging and design." Discuss this with...

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Drama Prelim Notes

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HSC - Year 11 - Drama

This document includes notes on the elements of drama including focus, tension, symbols and time, as well as stage space...

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Theatre of the Absurd Essay

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HSC - Year 11 - Drama

Theatre of the Absurd Essay- Based on Samuel Bekett's play, 'Waiting for Godot'.

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Drama Notes

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HSC - Year 12 - Drama

Mother Courage: Is about a woman and her three children surviving out of their wagon, seeing goods to make profit out o...

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