Learn Drama


We have 8 resources for learning Drama including educational Books and YouTube & Online Videos, from providers such as Perfection Learning and Missouri State University.


$60

Basic Drama Projects


High School | Book

The best-selling project-based theatre text Perfect for both beginning and advanced theatre and technical theatre courses—students are actively involved in learning, a must in a drama course. 642...

$37

Drama for Reading & Performance: Collection One


6th - 9th | Book

Exciting plays by distinguished playwrights will revive your language arts or drama curriculum Drama adds interest and variety to your curriculum, develops speaking and listening skills, and builds...

$37

Drama for Reading & Performance: Collection Two


High School | Book

Exciting plays by distinguished playwrights will revive your language arts or drama curriculum Drama adds interest and variety to your curriculum, develops speaking and listening skills, and builds...

$18

One Act


3rd - 8th | Book

Easy-to-follow read-aloud plays improve fluency and comprehensionIntroduce students to classic literature, folktales, and historical figures while building oral reading fluency, developing...

$50

Raising the Curtain: Activities for the Theatre Arts Classroom


6th - High School | Book

A creative and energetic theatre resource bookWritten for the theatre arts instructor, Raising the Curtain features hundreds of hands-on, on-your-feet activities for the novice to advanced theatre...

$21

Shakespeare-ience


High School | Book

Make your Shakespeare unit a true Shakespeare-ience!Based in scholarship and incorporating the best teaching practices, these unabridged versions of Shakespearean plays will help students master...

$15

Stages of History: Plays About America's Past


6th - High School | Book

A perfect integration of language arts and social studiesMake learning interactive and exciting with eight original, royalty-free plays that focus on defining moments in American history. Flexible...

Free

THE 101: Introduction to Theatre and Drama Arts - YouTube


High School - College | Online video/YouTube

Theatre 101 aims to answer several questions, the most important of which is, "what is the nature of the theatre experience?" Why do people do theatre? What do they hope to accomplish? What is the...

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