The Drama Teacher

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Vignette In Performance

Students of drama occasionally come across the need to script and perform one or more vignettes. Sometimes this may be a task given to them by their teacher or even a component in a formal external performance...

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Cabaret Voltaire

Familiar with this one? I had never heard of Cabaret Voltaire until recently. Founded in Zurich in February 1916 by German refugee Hugo Ball, the Cabaret Voltaire was a venue for literary soirées and cabarets. A...

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Speed Space Jump

These are my three biggest problems with many Theatresports™ games in drama: Students think too long before entering a game and block their own creativity Students have too much time to doubt their given or...

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Musical Theatre Revivals

I have a problem with revivals in musical theatre … they are never as good as the original run. It is human nature to compare a revival with the original production and, one by one, this...

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Billy Elliot Live On Screen

Readers of The Drama Teacher may be aware the multi-award winning stage musical Billy Elliot will be streamed live from London’s West End to cinemas around the world on Sunday September 28. Well … sort...