Finding Jo March by Laramie Dean is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women. It’s about telling someone else’s story so you can find your own. A must read for your students! Finding Jo March by Laramie Dean is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women. It’s about telling someone else’s story so you can find your own. A must read for your students!
by Kerry Hishon
Global citizenship focuses on the world as a whole and our place within it. With Active Citizenship in the Drama Classroom you can encourage students to take ownership of their voices and make positive changes for the future.
by Lindsay Price, by Craig Mason, by Kerry Hishon
Teach students to present their best selves in an audition situation with The Audition Toolkit - complete with articles, exercises, tips and more for both teachers and students.
by Lindsay Price, by Kerry Hishon
The Drama Classroom Companion is filled with articles and exercises to build the skills needed for theatrical performance as well as real world skills like creative thinking, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication.
by Kerry Hishon
You’ve chosen the play, paid the royalties, done the script analysis, held your auditions, and cast the show. Tomorrow is the first rehearsal. Are you ready? Really ready? The Rehearsal Companion can help!
by Kerry Hishon, by Lindsay Price
Self-Management in the Drama Classroom offers a variety of ways to frame self-management with drama-classroom-specific articles, exercises, and an entire Self-Management Playwriting Unit where the focus is not on the final product but the demonstration of self-management skills along the way.