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Digital Teaching Tools: A Wind in the Door

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With this new adaptation comes new lesson plans! These lessons from playwright Peter Royston will round out an ensemble’s experience rehearsing this play or help your students get solid grasp of the script when analyzing the text in class.

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Digital Teaching Tools: I Hate Valentines Day

Posted by Maria McConville on

Round out your rehearsal process with these helpful discussion questions from playwright, Sonya Sobieski. These play analysis questions can be made into a worksheet, rehearsal handout, or group activity.

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Digital Teaching Tools: Tuck Everlasting

Posted by Maria McConville on

Whether it’s middle school theater class or the high school play, practicing theater in school helps guide us through all of the ups and downs that life brings us. Here are some ideas for using TUCK EVERLASTING in your classroom to get you started, be it virtual or in-person.

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Distance Learning: Creating a Scene From Literature

Posted by Maria McConville on

Using a play from our catalogue as a starting point and developing lessons around it can help keep the love of theater alive whether you're teaching online or in person with social distancing in place. Use these new activities and Ian McWethy's play to inspire your students and engage with classic literature!

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Distance Learning: The Student Written Play and How to Get Started

Posted by Maria McConville on

Remember when we were out and about with each other and we all said, “I just wish I had more time!”? It’s here. COVID-19 has, in some cases, gifted us with timeIt’s time to write that play! No excuses.

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