Theatre Script Part 2

Second draft of your play, with the design elements added, i.e.: set and costumes added to the scenes, scene dialog flushed out, some stage direction added if wished, (i.e.: the boy jumps over the fence and kicks a can). Ideas of cast, who will be performing.
Using your Week 7 Design Plot; Break down your story soon-to-be script to the Where, When and Who of each scene.  How many locations (scenes)? Who is in each scene? What is each character wearing?  What extra set dressings (props) might you need is each scene? Remember you will be producing this play, so, make sure it is doable within your time and creative constraints. Consider keeping designs as simple as possible. Costumes can be a shawl and a scarf, funny glasses and a hat, animal ear headbands. Same for scenery, gardens, outdoor scenes you can access, interiors, as simple as possible.  If your story is in a particular time period, do a little research into the style of dress and houses, furniture etc.
If there is only one location, then break down the scenes by character action and dialog. Please observe standard script page set up- The Pied Piper, MacKay pp. 66-81, title of play, location, cast list.  Identify the scenes, if the story is a narrative, try to tell the story through the characters dialog, so that the characters are talking about the actions of the story, make sure each character is identified by their lines.  Add the characters to the scenes based on the action of the story, try to keep it as simple and straightforward as possible, you can always add and embellish later, what we are working on is the skeleton of the play.
I do not expect a professional set and costume design, you are all beginners, what I want to see is a basic concept and understanding of what it should look like. And if it cant be achieved at least an attempt to suggest the ideas of your design.  This is not supposed to cost you anything except time, imagination and creating.
Begin an actor character chart or diagram, make a list of your cast, and start to give them certain qualities; old and cranky, young and innocent, along with the qualities, give them physical attributes- a way of walking, a certain mannerism, hair flipping, nose itching, etc.