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Establishing an Inclusive and Safe Rehearsal Space

Posted by Danielle Mohlman on

When playwright Danielle Mohlman wrote Rocky Road, she wanted to create a play that embraced the wide spectrum of LGBTQIA+ identities and the joy that teens feel when they’re unapologetically accepted by their peers. We invited Danielle to share some of her favorite ways to create a safe and inclusive rehearsal room.

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Creating a High School Drama Podcast

Posted by Joel Brown on

When theater teacher Joel Brown reached out and presented the idea of creating an Episodic Podcast with Del Martin’s In the Forests of the Night, we knew we had to figure out how to make it happen. Joel has generously shared his process here. Maybe your next production is a podcast!

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New Play Summer Reading List 2022

Posted by Maria McConville on

It’s Summer Time! Time to loosen your tight schedule, travel, enjoy the outdoors, AND read plays! Looking for a one-act play for Fall or competition? Need a full-length to engage your audience? We’ve put together some exciting summer reading lists to get you started.

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A Wind in the Door at The Kennedy Center

Posted by Maria McConville on

We were fortunate enough to spend time with playwright Jacqueline Goldfinger and Madeleine L’Engle’s granddaughter, Charlotte Jones Voiklis at the Kennedy Center to talk about the new stage adaptation of A Wind in the Door.

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Casting Tips from Theatre Teachers for Theatre Teachers

Posted by Nina Mansfield, Barry Weber, and Emily Hageman on

Whether you are casting your 15th show, or holding auditions for the first time, we have tips, tricks, and plans from some seasoned Stage Partners theatre teachers and theatre teacher playwrights to improve the process Before, During and After Audition.

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