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Haunting Plays for the Fall Season

Posted by Maria McConville on

We can officially say it is Fall and this magical season puts us in the mood for haunting tales and spooky mysteries! Whether you are searching for an eerie one-act play or a frightening full-length, this list of new plays might be just perfect for your cast of Middle School actors or advanced High School performers.

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New Takes on Classic Tales: Why Shakespeare?

Posted by Maria McConville on

In honor of the Bard's birthday find out how Shakespeare continues to inspire Stage Partners playwrights and theatre teachers alike.

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New Takes on Classic Tales: Shakespeare, Clearly

Posted by Maria McConville on

Distance Learning gives theater teachers the opportunity to dive into theater history, Shakespeare, and more! Expert director Jon Jory's "plainspoken" adaptations of the Bard's classics maintains the theatricality while making Shakespeare accessible to young actors and audiences.

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New Takes on Classic Tales: Wild Waves Whist

Posted by Maria McConville on

The pandemic has made fall plans harder to chart than the choppy waters of Shakespeare's The Tempest. Thankfully we have playwrights like Patty MacMullen and her Tempest adaptation WILD WAVES WHIST to keep us grounded!

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Distance Learning: How To Make a Visual Radio Play

Posted by Daniel E. Dobrovich on

When schools closed to shelter-in-place, "Mr. D" didn't cancel the productions of ANTIGONE IN MUNICH by Claudia Haas and I NEVER SAW ANOTHER BUTTERFLY by Celeste Raspanti. Like so many devoted and creative Theatre Teachers, Dobrovich found a new way to do the Cranbrook School Spring Play. Here is how he did it.

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