Practitioner Focus: Katie Mitchell
Explore the highly charged, emotional and hard hitting work of Katie Mitchell. Her approach, which has been referred to as extreme Naturalism, pushes boundaries of theatrical techniques and audience perceptions.
- Writing about TheatreWriting about live performance work needs to be done from as early as possible and something that should definitely be imbedded into Key Stage 3. So here are five ways of helping Key Stage 3 students to write about theatre.
- Rebecca LenkiewiczRebecca Lenkiewicz is an amazing and engaging British playwright and screenwriter. She writes the most engaging and realistic characters that explore and illuminate the lives of marginalised women. Her work is great for GCSE or A Level students to explore and perform.
- 6 Tips for new Heads of DramaStepping up to Head of Drama can be very rewarding job. Although the workload, accountability and responsibility increases so does the job satisfaction and the impact you can make on the lives of students. So here are some top tips to help your first few months at Head of Drama become a successful and joyful experience.
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5 ways the musical Annie deals with The Great Depression
The most popular article of 2014. Annie isn’t just an exciting engaging musical about a little girl finding a new family and helping out America become great again along the way. It also covers the Great Depression in great depth. Here are 5 ways that Annie deals with The Great Depression.
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