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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Drama Teachers: An awesome festival op! by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 188: Drama Teachers: An awesome festival op! Playwright Wendy-Marie Martin (Breathless) created an amazing 10 play festival that takes place around the world over 24 hours from casti…

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

How to build a drama program by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 187: How to build a drama program When Sylvia Davenport-Veith started teaching drama she did everything by herself. Over the years she was able to build a program that supported thre…

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Production Case Study: Look Me in the Eye by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 186: Production Case Study: Look Me In the Eye Where do you start with a play? How do you come up with a vision that spans across character development, light, sound, set, costuming?…

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

A play from two perspectives: Student-director & Playwright by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 185: A play from two perspectives: Student-director & Playwright At Theatrefolk we have a play by a playwright who for many years chose to be anonymous. When a student director …

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Drama Teachers: Performing at an Out of Country Festival by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 184: Drama Teachers: Performing at an Out of Country Theatre Festival Middle school drama teacher Alyson Brown thinks travel is a vital part of her program. She and her students rece…

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Production Case Study: To Kill A Mockingbird by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 183: Production Case Study: To Kill A Mockingbird Drama Teacher Lea Marshall talks about producing To Kill A Mockingbird this year. We talk everything from vision to staging, from fu…

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Devising and Moment Work with Barbara Pitts McAdams by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 182: Devising and Moment Work with Barbara Pitts McAdams Barbara Pitts McAdams is a company member of the Tectonic Theatre Project and was an original cast member/co-creator of The L…

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Putting Together a Drama Class Adaptation Project by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 181: Putting Together A Drama Class Adaptation Project Middle school teacher Shelby Steege takes us through step by step of the adaptation project she does with her students. Listen …

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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Technology in the Theatre Classroom by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 180: Technology in the Theatre Classroom Have you wanted to find some new ways to enhance your classroom with technology?  Have you been told you need to integrate technology in you…

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

The Production Classroom by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 179: The Production Classroom Have you considered putting on a play with an advanced class, during class time? Have you ever tried an in-class production and struggled with the proce…

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Putting Together A Tech Theatre Unit by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 178: Putting Together A Tech Theatre Unit Drama Teacher Josh Hatt does not have a background in Tech Theatre. In fact he shied away from teaching it for years. But when it became par…

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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Drama Teachers: How do you market your shows? by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 177: Drama Teachers: How do you market your shows? If you want to build the audience that comes to see your shows, that means you have to do some marketing. Some people love it, some…

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Theatre and Autism: How do you present a sensory friendly performance? by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 176: Theatre and Autism: How do you present a sensory friendly performance? How do Theatre and Autism fit together? Do you have students on the spectrum in your classrooms? Have you …

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

The Drama Classroom: There is a seat for everyone at the table by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 175: The Drama Classroom: There is a seat for everyone at the table Scott Giessler is a teacher and a playwright. He went into theatre teaching without any training and not only is h…

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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Teaching, Performing, Directing, Shakespeare by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 174: Teaching, Performing, Directing, Shakespeare Chris Veneris hated Shakespeare in high school. He had a teacher who made it absolutely boring. Now he’s approaching Shakespeare f…

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Drama Teachers: How do you give student writers feedback? by Lindsay Price, The Drama Teacher Podcast

Episode 173: Drama Teachers: How do you give student writers feedback? Nick Pappas wears many hats. He is a playwright, a director, he teaches and he’s a dramaturg. This conversation took …

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