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This lesson from the Folger Library has students examine a Shakespearean Sonnet using SOAPStone (Subject, Audience,... see more

Chapter VI starts on page 98 Step-by-step instructions for teaching basic theater game techniques and for using theater... see more

Various collections for teaching Shakespeare (everything from lifestyle to Tudor music insult kits). See below for the... see more

Resources for all levels of teaching related to Appalachian folklore and literature: articles, bibliographies, study... see more

Web site of the Ferrum College Jack Tale Players, performing story theatre dramatizations of Appalachian folktales by R.... see more

As Shakespeare enthusiasts, we’re constantly looking around for more creative ways to make Shakespeare both exciting and... see more

The People of Clarendon County--a Play by Ossie Davis, & the Answer to Racism! was written by the late actor in the... see more

The mission of ArtsEdge is "to help artists, teachers, and students gain access to and/or share information, resources,... see more

The website of the Sopanam Institute of Kerala, India, engaged in the production and preservation of performance... see more

A free service for playwrights and play readers, that provides links to all plays known about that are available full... see more

An online collection of over 13,000 images selected from the Federal Theatre Project Collection of the Library of... see more

Searchable database of current and past Broadway productions, authors, performers, directors, designers, producers,... see more

Website repository of links to all current musicals and those most popular from the recent past, including revivals.... see more

A virtual tour of The Globe Theatre, you need to select which area you wish to view.

With the iPad and other tablets, in addition to text, books can now include sound, video, animation and interactivity in... see more

A large collection of short articles on a wide range of theatre topics from out-of-copyright encyclopedias and textbooks.

Introduction to SOMMER'S WORLD LITERATURE TO GO, a YouTube channel that offers free, entertaining and short video... see more

Students get comfortable with Shakespeare's language by enacting famous death lines from his plays.

40 popular drama games organized by learning goal. Includes complete instructions for the drama activities, variations... see more

Free collection of great monologues for kids and teens written by kids and teens! Use for drama class, speech team,... see more

Teaching drama for the first time? Get this free 12 page lesson plan from Drama Notebook. Here are the basic goals to... see more

This is a resource site for drama teachers. It has over 1,000 titles, including: drama lesson plans; play scripts for... see more

Current offerings in England, including West End, Royal National, Royal Shakespeare Company, Fringe and Festival... see more

This site has current, future, and past information on shows and performers.