I'm looking for examples of dramatic irony (where the audience knows something that the character doesn't know) to illustrate the concept to a 9th grade literature class. I'd prefer examples from TV shows or movies that they are likely to have seen recently, although popular books might be OK, too.
I'm looking to find a few very short, preferably one-act, plays that are appropriate for students 14-18. Classics are OK, but I'm definitely more interested in stuff that's more contemporary (post-45?). [more inside]
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How do I navigate this potentially dramatic work/friends situation? Snowflakes and a long backstory ahead. [more inside]
How can I bring my low-income high school students to an off-Broadway show? [more inside]
HighSchoolDramaTeacherFilter: Any tips for doing documentary theater with students? [more inside]
What plays did you love performing when you were in your high school drama club? [more inside]