VERBAL-HANDS-ON: Setting the Scene
JUDGES TELL THE TEAM:
This is verbal-hands on problem. You will have one minute to choose the five
participating team members.
This is a two-part problem. In Part 1, you will have 6 minutes to develop your solution and practice. In Part 2, you will have 3 minutes to present your solution for score.
Your problem is to create a scene of one of the four seasons. You can present your scene in any way your team decides.
You may only use your bodies and yourselves to present the scene; no props of any kind may be used.
Your team must also include one enhancement to the scene. This could be a song, dance, poem, or anything the team decides enhances the scene.
When Part 1 ends, you will tell the judges the season you are presenting and what enhancement you are
presenting. You will then begin Part 2.
Score will be as follows:
Creativity of the scene: 1-20 points
How well the season is presented in the scene: 1-25 points
Creativity of the enhancement: 1-15 points
How well the enhancement adds to the scene: 1-15 points
Team Work: 1-25 points
Your problem is to create a scene of one of the four seasons. You may present your scene in any way your team decides. You have 6 minutes in Part 1 to develop your solution and practice. Part 1 begins NOW.
(Judge starts timer for Part 1, 6 minutes. At the end of Part 1, the team
tells the judges the season they are presenting and the enhancement they are
presenting. Judge then starts time and allows the team 3 minutes for Part 2.)
For judges only:
Do not allow teams to use anything they may have on them as a prop.