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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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Watch Your Weight: Fighting For Attention in Distance Learning

Posted by Peter Royston on

Playwright and theater educator Peter Royston has been teaching remotely for the past year and has mastered the art of Distance Learning. Spoiler Alert: It's not easy!

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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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Distance Learning: Tips and Techniques for Online Performance

Posted by Maria McConville on

Stage Partners playwrights have taken advantage of their Shelter-at-Home time and written a series of monologues just this week for your students. Get tips for self-taping monologues and more in this deep dive into distance learning with Stage Partners Education Director Maria McConville.

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Distance Learning: Ideas and Resources for Your Drama Classroom

Posted by Maria McConville on

Since our ability to congregate has taken a pause while we overcome the current health crisis, many educators across the globe must devise tactics for teaching via the internet. How can we inspire our young artists to keep working that creative muscle? How can we teach theatre over the web and on the fly?

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