Drama teachers: you are not alone! Our quality teaching resources and materials are specifically designed to make your life easier and help your classroom thrive.
The Drama Classroom Companion
Filled with articles and exercises to build the skills needed for theatrical performance, the Drama Classroom Companion helps you nurture real-world skills like creative thinking, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication.
Emergency Lesson Plans for Theatre Teachers, 2nd Edition
Confidently leave your class in the hands of a substitute teacher with these tools and resources. Customize your lesson plans to suit the specific needs of your class when you can’t be there.
The Student Director’s Handbook
Help students take their show from first audition to opening night! This easy-to-use ebook is full of guidelines, tips and templates designed to help students create a vision, circumvent problems and organize rehearsals on their way to a successful production.
Scene Spurs is a collection of photo-based writing prompts developed by playwright Lindsay Price. The set includes 35 different Spurs along with an instruction guide to integrate them into your drama classroom.
Write Your Own Vignette Play
Your students want to write and perform an original play. You want to include a playwriting unit in your program. But where to start? What if your students have never written a play before? What if you’ve never written before?
The Monologue Everything Program
Want your students to write their own monologues? Have you tried to incorporate monologue units into the classroom with less-than-satisfactory results?
The 30-Second Monologue Project
Give students the confidence, skills and tools they need to master the monologue with The 30-Second Monologue Project. This four-lesson unit guides students from the first moment to a successful performance.
Plays, monologues, and scenes for drama competitions including royalty information and exemptions.
Monologue and Scene Collections
Whether it’s for classwork, competitions or auditions, these collections of student-appropriate monologues and scenes can help you find what you’re looking for. All monologues and scenes come from published plays and include running-times, descriptions, character notes and staging suggestions.
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