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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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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: 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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A Brand New Art Form: I Miss Theater, But...

Posted by Emily Hageman on

Theater teacher and playwright Emily Hageman shares her journey through these past months as she grappled with the loss of live theater, the challenges of Distance Learning, and ultimately found hope in a whole new art form.

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