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Drama Online Review

Drama Online is a subscription-based treasure trove of digital resources for drama and theatre teachers and students. Originating as a joint arrangement between Bloomsbury Publishing and Faber and Faber, Drama Online has now expanded to include additional publishers of theatre-related content, ranging from play texts and videos to audio plays and production images...

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Shakespeare Live! A Line of Hamlets

This hilarious snippet from Shakespeare Live!, organised by the Royal Shakespeare Company and screened on the BBC to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, was meant as a bit of fun. But it’s actually a really good lesson in acting. As drama educators, we often discuss with our students the advantages...

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The Drama Teacher Gets 5 Stars!

Twitter informed me last night that the excellent UK drama education magazine, Teaching Drama, gave The Drama Teacher / Theatre Links a 5-star review in their latest edition of the magazine. Why, thank you! Here are a few snippets from the review: This is an invaluable resource for students. It...

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Happy 10th Birthday!

10 years ago I began a journey of reflection called The Drama Teacher. It started as a humble little blog profiling my daily life as a high school drama educator. I had hoped that my small blog would help me analyse aspects of my teaching in order to improve my practice in the...