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Self-Management in the Drama Classroom

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.

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Student Monologues for Classroom Study: Holidays, Celebrations, Days of Remembrance

edited by Lindsay Price

28 Monologues for students, by students, and are inspired by a specific theme.

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How to Write a Play for your Students

by Lindsay Price

You’ve chosen to write a play for your students! Where do you start?

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BIPOC Voices and Perspectives Monologue Resource

edited by Lindsay Price

34 Monologues written by and for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) students.

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Improv Games with Purpose

by Jennine Profeta

Improv games including feedback suggestions and questions, game variations, teaching tips, side coaching tips, entry prompts, exit slip questions, and more!

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Emergency Lesson Plans for Theatre Teachers, 2nd Edition

by Lindsay Price

Emergency Lesson Plans For Theatre Teachers, 2nd edition gives you the tools and resources you need to confidently leave your class in the hands of a substitute teacher. Customize your lesson plans to suit the specific needs of your class when you can't be there.

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Scenes for Classroom Study

by Lindsay Price

Scenes for Classroom Study consists of scenes from published Theatrefolk plays and is designed to help with character study, scene work, substitute teachers, performance, Individual Event competitions and so much more.

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Your High School Improv Show Playbook

by Jim Hoare

Have you wondered how to take improv to the next level with your students? Your High School Improv Show Playbook is the "how-to" guide for you! Empower students to present their first improv show that is fun and entertaining for all.

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Games for the Drama Classroom: More Than Play

by Lindsay Price

A collection of games and activities that go well beyond the notion of "play."

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81 Playwriting Exercises

by Lindsay Price

81 exercises that can be used to get students in the habit of writing on a regular basis.

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Methods of Teaching Theatre: A Teacher Toolkit

by Matthew Webster

If you are a new teacher, or are still in your teacher training, this book will prepare you to plan for and execute a well-run classroom.

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The 30-Second Monologue Project

by Lindsay Price

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.

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Ensemble Scene Collection

by Lindsay Price

Looking for quality scenes for your ensemble that haven't been done a million times? This Ensemble Scene Collection contains 33 scenes from published plays - great for competition and classwork!

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Impowerment Improv

by Jennine Profeta

Using improv to create self-awareness & confidence in your students

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Write Your Own Vignette Play

by Lindsay Price

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? Write Your Own Vignette Play will answer all your questions and more

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The Drama Classroom Companion

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.

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The Student Director's Handbook

by Lindsay Price

Help students take their show from first audition to opening night with The Student Director’s Handbook. 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.

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Scene Spurs - Writing Prompts for Dramatic Depth

by Lindsay Price

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.

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Scene Self-Staging: Teaching Students to Block Theatrically and Independently

by Lindsay Price

You need your students to work independently on a scene but when it's time to present they seem to have forgotten everything you've taught them. Scene Self-Staging gives students a process to follow to help them produce a fully staged scene with specific dynamic blocking and three-dimensional characters.

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Create Your Own Choice Board: Drama Activities

by Lindsay Price

Choice boards give students the opportunity to choose how they want to learn a particular subject. Create Your Own Choice Boards: Drama Activities can help encourage your students' independence by allowing them to take an active role in their learning.

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Practical Approaches to Shakespeare in the Drama Classroom

by Julie Hartley

Shakespeare is one of the greatest resources a drama teacher can have. But teaching it can be a challenge. Practical Approaches to Shakespeare in the Drama Classroom helps drama teachers break down the Bard to make his themes, language and characters accessible to all.

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The Drama Classroom Companion Volume 2

by Kerry Hishon

More articles, exercises, reflections and rubrics that focus on reaching the 21st century teen using 21st century skills.

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Scene Spurs: Writing Prompts for Dramatic Depth Volume Two

by Lindsay Price

35 more photo-based writing prompts developed by playwright Lindsay Price. Includes an instruction guide and tips to integrate them into a distance learning curriculum.

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The Monologue Everything Program

by Lindsay Price

Want your students to write their own monologues? Have you tried to incorporate monologue units into the classroom with less-than-satisfactory results? Package includes two ebooks: The Monologue Everything Ebook and The Monologue Everything Classroom Edition.

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Audition Toolkit

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.

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The Rehearsal Companion

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!

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Active Citizenship in the Drama Classroom

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.

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The Production Publicity Toolkit

by Lindsay Price, by Lea Marshall

In the school market, you rarely have a marketing budget. But you have a lot of resources for publicity. You have social media, your students, community outreach, and more. The Production Publicity Toolkit can help you create the awareness and attention your production deserves.

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The Distance Learning Resource

by Kerry Hishon

Warm-ups, exercises, and articles specific to teaching in a virtual environment.

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Research & Write Toolkit

by Lindsay Price

Research and write projects are a great way to demonstrate comprehension by taking information in one form and applying it to another. The Research & Write Toolkit is a great way to help students make their research theatrical.

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Adapt Now: Adapting Drama Classroom Materials to Different Distance Environments

by Lindsay Price, by Matthew Webster, by Karen Loftus

Learn how to adapt things that were originally written for traditional classrooms to different environments.

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No See Scenes

by Lindsay Price, by Karen Loftus

Learn how to engage your "no camera" theatre students.

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Practical Technical Theatre - The Complete Solution for Technical Theatre Classrooms

Practical Technical Theatre:

The Complete Solution for Technical Theatre Classrooms

This digital curriculum is perfect for the teacher who feels more at home with a prompt book than a hammer, and would welcome a video-based curriculum for their tech classes and production crews.

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Competitions: Plays, monologues, and scenes for drama competions including royalty information and exemptions.

Competition Material

Plays, monologues, and scenes for drama competitions including royalty information and exemptions.

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Plays for Classroom Study

Plays for Classroom Study

If you’re not looking to put on a performance for one of our plays but still want to use them for classroom study, we can help. Whether you’re looking for a play that complements your curriculum, or just need an in-class project, we have plays for you.

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Monologue and Scene Collections for Student Performers

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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Distance Learning Resources

Distance Learning Resources

Teaching online can be a challenge. We’ve got the exercises, tips, and resources you need to help you engage your students and navigate your virtual classroom.

Distance Learning Resources

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