25 Mars 2020
Création d’un dessin et/ou collage en A3 dans lequel vous ferez ressortir l’originalité de la réécriture de Blanche-Neige : « Blanche-Neige, Histoire d’un Prince » réalisée par Marie Dilasser et Michel Raskine
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Si vous souhaitez insérer des mots, citations… veillez à les introduire en français et en anglais.
This action aims at favoring relationship between students and improving their knowledge about their city and local heritage, going to « Le Bateau Feu », the theater of Dunkirk.
This experience will also contribute to question the links between literature, cinema and theater, working on the rewriting of a famous fairy tale known to everyone.
Finally, students will be introduced to the analysis of a theatrical performance.
After the representation of « Blanche-Neige, Histoire d’un prince », an object theater play written by Marie Dilasser and directed by Michel Raskine, the French teacher collects the students’ impressions and organizes with them a reading grid for the rewriting and the staging.
So they identify the topics taken from Grimm’s tale and Walt Disney’s animated film. Then, they question how the author of the rewriting suggests a follow-up to the tale and reverses the codes of the genre. They also list references to other stories or genres (other tales, short stories, songs, even circus) and echoes of current topics such as feminism, ecology or power.
Finally, they describe the set, the objects, the sounds (especially the voice-over and the puppets) and the lighting effects they noticed during the show.
Students will use again the knowledge and skills they acquired when they attended and analysed the show, creating a poster in which they will highlight the originality of this rewriting of Snow White story by drawing, pasting various pictures and inserting French and English words or sentences.