Controlled and Wild
The Kandinsky that hovers above the action of the play is painted on both sides: one controlled and geometric and the other wild and chaotic. Give the class a theme of some sort and have them paint a two-sided picture in the same manner.
Much is made of Art in the play. Spend a class period looking at some of the work by artists mentioned in the play: Kandinsky, Matisse, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Hockney. Perhaps even read a few excerpts from the much-mocked Andy Warhol Diaries.
Speech and Inflection Coaching
In a college class where people are coming from many different cities and states, spend a class with each student leading the other students - Trent Conway-style - in speech and inflection coaching from his or her hometown (e.g.,"In Dentin, Texas, you must never say ...")
While the play Six...
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