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    I am considering offering an elective in Shakespeare - does anyone teach that? It would be looking at plays from different genres, studying history of Elizabethan drama, sonnets, performing monologues ... More

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    Hello all! I am in the process of selecting our 2018-2019 show season and am currently awaiting approval from my administration for our shows. In order to help justify why I select what I do, I typically ... More

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    I am teaching drama next year at a high school where drama has not been taught since 2005. I have been going through the old textbooks that were left in the prop room, but I am not really liking any of ... More


April/May 2018 Dramatics cover


The April/May Dramatics features an exclusive Q&A with Josh Radnor, Thespian alum and star of NBC’s Rise. It also highlights tech theatre topics like scenic design basics and industry trends, a glimpse into Broadway electrics, and a backstage look at how to make puppets come to life. Read more.

Teaching Theatre

March/April 2018 cover of Teaching Theatre.

Teaching Theatre

The March/April tech theatre issue of Teaching Theatre features 3-D printing for theatre, lighting safety basics, scar makeup, and bloodless blood. Our Editor’s Choice pages include an exclusive Q&A with Lou Volpe, the teacher who inspired the new NBC series Rise, as well as a story on how Thespian Troupe 7919 at Armada High School has incorporated ASL interpretation into its March production of The Miracle Worker.  Read more.

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