The Front Page Fun Activities

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Write The Front Page

Clip out a newspaper article (or print out an article from online) and rewrite the article the way that the reporters would in the play, adding details, embellishing things, and inventing facts to make it more interesting. Remember, your goal is to do anything to "sell more newspapers."

The Roaring Twenties

Based on the play's setting, choose three things that you found interesting about the 1920s. Describe what kind of an experience you think it would be to live in that time period. Would you like it? Why or why not?

Scene It

The class is split up into groups for this event. Each group will choose any scene from the play and re-enact it. The members of the groups will become the characters. Notes or cue cards may be used.

Where Would They Work?

If the characters in the play were actively reporting...

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