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The Dinner Party Script

04 Apr

 

 

complete the following assignments:

 

 The Dinner Party Script

 

You have been hired by Sonic Pictures to write a script of a scene in their new upcoming movie, The Transformative Sixties. The scene is a dinner party at a New York socialite’s home. Your scene includes a conversation at a large table with attendees from various backgrounds.
Select two people from the three lists below (A,B,C) who will be seated at the table in your scene.

Select two events from each of the events list.

Use the matrix below to organize the individuals and events you have selected.

Research the people and events you have selected and start to visualize the scene.

Write a script, using the template on the last page with the suggested word counts for each section. Be sure to include specific historical details from your research.

Post your references for each event/person on a separate page at the end of your script.

 

Attendees Lists



List A

John F. Kennedy

Lyndon Johnson

Richard Nixon

 

 

 

 

List B

Martin Luther King

A freedom rider

Rosa Parks

Malcom X

Robert Kennedy

 

 

List C

Betty Friedan

Student from SNCC

Cesar Chevez

Vine Deloria, Jr.

Gloria Steinam

Allen Ginsbur

 

Event Lists

 


List A

Kennedy’s social and economic policy

The Great Society

Cuban Missile Crisis

Bay of Pigs

Vietnam (The Tet-68 Offensive)

 

List B

March on Washington (1963)

Greensburo Sit-ins

Freedom Rides

Civil Rights Act of 1964

Black Power

 

 

 

List C

Roe v. Wade

Alcatraz Red Power Movement or American Indian Movement (AIM)

Brown Berets

Feminine Mystique

Ms. Magazine

 

 

 

Person or Event Significance Reference
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

 

 

The Transformative Sixties

[Scene title]

written by [Your name]

 

 

Scene: [set up your scene: who, what, where, and when; this should be about 100 words]

 

Dialogue [700 WORDS]

 

Character 1:

 

Character 2:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summarize and end the scene: [100 words]

 

 

 

 

References:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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