• Immersive Theatre

    Immersive theatre is a form of contemporary performance that usually includes elements of one or more of site-specific theatre, improvisational theatre, interactive/participatory theatre, environmental theatre, performance art and promenade theatre. Immersion of the spectator in the drama is a key factor. Immersive theatre is often staged indoors but can...

  • Eclectic Theatre

    It is argued up until the turn of the 20th century, standard theatre practice dictated each type of play was given roughly the same theatre treatment1. At odds with this was now a new concept of handling each type of dramatic work in a unique way, according to the...

  • Stimulus Images for Drama: Surrealism

    Here’s a collection of 50 surreal images that can be used as stimulus material in drama class for creating characters, improvisations and performances. Consider using these images in connection with other stimulus image collections on The Drama Teacher: Stimulus Images for Drama: People Stimulus Images for Drama: Nature Stimulus Images for Drama: Transportation...

  • La Mama Gutted By Fire

    After 2,135 theatre productions spanning half a century, La Mama is no more. Residing in the inner-Melbourne suburb of Carlton, the 1883 building was gutted by fire about 5am this morning, leaving only the brick walls of the two-storey building still standing. Modelled on the Off-Off-Broadway theatre of the...

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