Follow Justin Cash on Pinterest


For visual learners who follow The Drama Teacher, why not explore the wonders of theatre on Justin Cash’s Pinterest page?

So much of drama education can be learned or enhanced visually – theatres of the ancient world, lighting designs, pictures of famous practitioners, scenic designs, make-up, masks, show posters, costumes, and more.

So I’ve made a start with a number of pin boards on Pinterest exploring various aspects of theatre. I trust teachers will find these collections interesting and I encourage drama students to follow these pictures, also. More boards and images on Pinterest coming soon!

Follow me by pressing the Pinterest icon on the page footer of The Drama Teacher website or clicking, the same handle that I use for Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Enjoy!

2 Responses

  1. dogo mutana michael says:

    its really difficult convincing people that drama is central to any learning processes requiring the acquisition of practical knowledge either in technical,sciences, vocational or arts. Through demonstration,dramatizing, illustration and miming, its easy to communicate your intending goal of teaching your choice subject.

  2. veronica madziva says:

    very good and educative

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