Happy Birthday to The Drama Teacher, even if i say so, myself 🙂
This humble little blog began in February 2006 on the Blogger platform. A little over two years later, I moved everything over to WordPress. Along the way, readers have survived my impatience changing the themes (skins) on this blog a bit too often (sorry).
But most importantly, 4 years on we have a dedicated Drama community reading and adding comments to The Drama Teacher on a regular basis. It’s home will always proudly be Melbourne, Australia, but the essence of Drama and Theatre teaching has commonalities the world over, making the content of this blog relevant to us all.
The Drama Teacher is likely to remain a passionate, but part-time interest for me. If I weren’t teaching Drama full-time on weekdays during the academic year, I’d have little to post on this blog, so it all makes sense.
I’ll continue to post about theatre styles, education issues, industry news, acting and more, as often as I can through 2010. I’m interested if there are areas you would like me to cover more often on this blog. Post a comment and let me know.
I won’t forget to regularly post about the joys of our wonderful profession. After all, I’m sure you’d agree Drama teaching is the best job in the world. If I had my time all over again, I wouldn’t change a thing.
Thanks for being a part of The Drama Teacher so far. I look forward to your continued support in the future.