Tools for Teachers and Directors
Every three months since the fall of 1989, Teaching Theatre has delivered a menu of practical articles designed to support theatre educators in their work in the classroom and on stage. In this section we’ve collected some of TT’s greatest hits. For more, check out our article index.
What does it mean to be a good teacher?
Using YouTube in the classroom
A tool to help you track what you teach
Aesthetics in theatre education, part one
More Pedagogy Articles
It takes more than lead actors to create a successful musical
Teachers and students alike are sometimes beginners
Teaching stage violence to student actors
Working with a cast that has two left feet
More Directing Articles
Telling a story through actions
An acting game that teaches lying for the stage
Strategies for using understudies
More Acting Articles