Your group must choose which musical you will research. Musicals are first come, first serve, so make up your mind and get to work! The following are the musicals you can research:
Once you've chosen your musical and okayed it with your teacher, you'll each pick a role. There are three roles for each group. The roles are described on their own individual pages, but you can get a general outline here.
Now is the time for each of you to complete your role and the task you've been assigned for that role. Once you've completed your individual task you can move on to step three.
Once everyone in your group is finished with his/her task, get together to create a presentation to your class. Take the information you gained during your personal task and decide which parts will convince your audience that a musical was the best way to portray your musical's story!
Your presentation should be in the form of a PowerPoint for the entire class. Make sure to make your slides interesting, varied, colorful, fun, informative, concise, and engaging. Include sounds (possibly clips of music from your musical), pictures, and most important of all, the information you will be using to convince your audience that a musical production was the way to go (and still is, of course!).