Making Sense of Drama, Jonothan Neelands, 1984. Making Sense of Drama was Jonothan Neelands was one of the first books I read at university. This was the first book I read on the subject of teaching drama, or using drama in the classroom. My thoughts on Drama in the classroom at this point were really dominated by my own experiences as a student. First at … Continue reading Making Sense of Drama
Jerzy Marian Grotowski was an innovative Polish theatre director and theorist whose approaches to acting, training and theatrical production have significantly influenced theatre today. Continue reading Jerzy Grotowski Theatre Links
There are always things that one needs to focus on as any a practitioner and a professional. As teachers we are expected to juggle so many balls at the same time that it is inevitable that some of those balls will get dropped and we need to pick them up again later when things are less busy. In any one day we have to decide … Continue reading 3 things I wish I knew more about…
Challenge the myth that Grotowski is too difficult or ambitious for students to tackle in their work and find out how to bring Grotowski into your Drama lessons . Continue reading How to bring Grotowski into your Drama lessons.
Frantic Assembly have been described as vibrant and visceral, exciting and energetic and creative and challenging and here are 3 quick and easy Frantic Assembly exercises you can use in your Drama lessons. Continue reading 3 easy and accessible Frantic Assembly exercises you can use in your Drama lessons