• Method Acting Resources

    Method acting, otherwise known as The Method, is the Americanisation of Constantin Stanislavski’s “System” of realistic acting practised at the Moscow Art Theatre in the early 1900s. The Method was developed in America in the 1930s, practised by the Group Theatre collective in New York and popularised by Lee...

  • Review: Macbeth (Melbourne Theatre Company)

    Name the last time you saw Macbeth¬†in full Elizabethan garb? Or set in traditional Scotland? Maybe it was uncut if you were lucky. Can’t remember? Exactly. Purists, begone! The Melbourne Theatre Company’s current production of the Bard’s shortest and arguably most-performed tragedy is a visually stunning and engrossing aural...

  • Coranderrk Resources for VCE Drama

    Coranderrk, a play by Ilbijerri, Australia’s longest running Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander theatre company, is on this year’s playlist for Drama Unit 3 students in the Victorian Certificate of Education. First performed in August 2010 (appropriately) at Melbourne’s La Mama Courthouse,¬†Coranderrk is a drama about an 1881 Victorian...

  • Review: The Book of Mormon

    The Book of Mormon opened its Australian season last Saturday at the Princess Theatre, making Melbourne only the third city to see the production (excluding the US tour) behind New York and London. Back in 2015, Melbourne certainly created a coup to secure Mormon and now after a series...

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