• Surrealism: Theatre Conventions

    Emerging out of the Dada movement, Surrealism was more prominent in the visual than performing arts. In the theatre, surrealist works contained elements of both symbolism and non-realism. Performed mainly on the stages of Paris in the 1920s, surrealist dramas were often met with hostility and proved to be anything but mainstream...

  • Types of Puppets for Drama Class

    There are literally dozens of different types of puppets students and teachers can use in drama class. Puppetry is a fun and exciting way for students of all ages to learn about stagecraft, storytelling and performance. The universal appeal of puppetry enables students to be instantly engaged in both the process and...

  • International Arts Education Week 2016

    Better late than never! This week has been International Arts Education Week across the world. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) celebrated the inaugural International Arts Education Week back in 2012. This year’s theme is Arts Education for Sustainable Development. (UNESCO) recognizes the ongoing importance of arts education...