Articles from the pages of Dramatics and Teaching Theatre that teachers and students can use together to learn about theatre, make theatre, and prepare for a lifetime of theatre. In the coming months, we will be adding more and more articles from our publications archives to this section. If there's something you're dying to read about, drop us a line and let us know.
Looking for the right college theatre program for you? There are so many choices. The process of selecting a place to study theatre is a two-way street. The school wants to know if you’re the kind of student who will do well in its program, and it seeks to find out by asking you to fill out an application, supply your grade point average and SAT or ACT scores, audition, and interview. Similarly, you need to find out everything you can about the education and training you will receive at a school you’re considering. You do that by talking to school representatives and asking penetrating questions.
Ready-to-use resources and tools created by experts on acting, directing, pedagogy.
You already know that you love to perform, so don't be shy about honing your craft. Teach yourself a thing or two about getting into character.
Check out some excellent how-tos on design and production topics.
Finding and getting into the right college theatre program can be stressful. Get some great advice here.
The theatre world is full of possibilities, both onstage and backstage. Make sure you know what's out there.