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41. Theatre
right mind specially trained in the principles of collaboration. 30 in the SpringfieldHigh School Studio theatre. Kerr, the wife of famed drama critic Walter
Springfield Theatre
Press Release
Hanging by Our Fingernails XVI Mystery Dinner Theatre
Mystery Dinner Theatre
Diary of Anne Frank Hanging by Our Fingernails XV ... Photos - Simmons Events Page - Changes Regularly Springfield High School senior Jonathan Matthews, Saturday February 23, won the state Shakespeare solo competition sponsored by the Oregon branch of The English Speaking Union, at the Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland. Press Release
A Tribute to Broadway Photos from Broadway Release Date: April 3, 2002 For Immediate Release Springfield Performing Arts Department students present A Tribute to Broadway Friday and Saturday April 12-13 at 7:30 p.m . in the Springfield High School Studio Theater . The show is a fundraising event for Springfield Theatre. A Tribute to Broadway is a revue of Broadway show tunes from such musicals as Les Miserables, Rent, West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Miss Saigon, Grease, Carousel and Little Shop of Horrors among others. The show includes singing and dancing, sad songs and happy songs, dramatic songs and funny songs, even kids songs performed by some of the finest talent at Springfield High School. The show includes solos, small groups, and three full cast production numbers-

42. SCSU: Theater, Film Studies And Dance
Will direct Dance Perspectives, a collaborative performance project Scenic designedthree shows at theatre L Homme into English the French drama, les Paravents
Faculty and Staff Activities
Bruce Hyde
Brad Chisholm
  • Continues as faculty advisor to the recognized student organization, Cinescope. Coordinated the 2001 International Film Series on the SCSU campus during the fall 2001 semester. Served as a judge for the Minnesota Independent Film fund, the state's premiere script contest (Sponsored by Northwest Airlines. The three winners divide $75,000 in film development funds.)
Ron Perrier
  • Dr. Perrier retired from the Film Studies faculty in Spring 2002. His most recent book, Growing Up Male In America: Intimate Conversations with Young Men , was published in January 2002. He is currently finishing work on his newest book, A Sense of Honor: Remembrances of World War II Veterans , which will be published in December 2003. Dr. Perrier is teaching Film and Culture: Films of the 1930s this fall and will teach Film and Culture: Films of the 1940s in the spring.
Donna Conrad
  • Serves on theProgramming Committee for the Costume Commission that is planning the 2003 convention of USITT in the twin cities. This is the major professional organization for educators and professionals in technical theatre.

43. Drama In Education
sociodramatic explorations, creative drama, improvisationallyoriented theatre games,and other these skills, collaborative activity tends to
Adam Blatner, M.D
(*This article appeared in the Youth Theatre Journal, 9 , 92-96, March, 1995)
(Re-published on website, August 2, 2002)
"Mental hygiene" refers to approaches to preventive psychiatry through the development of habits of self-care. Translated into psychological terms, this means learning not just information, but more importantly, skills of interpersonal problem solving, communications and self-awareness. Active practice is necessary in order to acquire the many component skills in these three categories, and that means that an experiential form of education such as role playing or sociodramatic simulations is needed. (See also paper on Role Playing in Education on this Website.) Drama offers a rich range of activities which can be applied in the service of developing spontaneity and a broader role repertoire. While scripted, rehearsed forms of theatre may be useful to a limited degree in this respect, more improvisational, creative drama approaches are far more appropriate (Way, 1967, 2). In this paper I will use the term role playing to refer to the entire range of improvisational types of drama in education. However, this complex of methods can be extensively modified in order to address different developmental levels, different types of students, and in the advancement of different types of subject matter. The point I want to emphasize is that when students exercise the component skills of role playing, they are not only learning about the roles they're portraying, but more important, they are learning (again) how to play with roles, how to think a little like a playwright or director as well as actor, how to shift frames of reference in exploring problems imaginatively.

44. The WWW Virtual Library For Theatre And Drama
Korean mask drama. celebrities or search by keyword ( actors , theatre , etc collectionof illustrations to accompany ongoing collaborative classroom project
Theatre image collections online
1800's Ephemera Highly recommended - a treasure box of images (ed.)! The creator, Mark Forder, modestly writes: "I have scanned in numerous images of papers I have from the late 1800's, such as playbills from the "Black Crook", along with photographs of actresses, etc... Should you have any questions please email me and I'll be more then happy to answer them if I can. " ALADIN gateway to online image collections (Washington) Click on "Image collections", then click on "BREN", and search the Robert Breen ANTA archive by keyword to select among hundreds of retrievable high-quality images from the archives of the American National Theatre Academy. American Ballet Theatre Photo Gallery Some superb dance photos from 1940 onwards Applause South West (Recommended by Plymouth Library Services.) Applause South West is an online multimedia archive of 300 years of English theatre history; theatres, shows and the people who appeared in them... and much more. Ballets Russes Thumbnail links to members and productions of the famous Diaghilev / Nijinsky company. The rest of the site is splendid, too well worth an explore for photos, bibliographies and chronologies of the dance world

45. Untitled Document
which is cataloguing and annotating activity in the School of Speech drama) Researchand design for devised theatre; collaborative theatre practice; costume
drama film
of art
school delivered programmes ... Undergraduate Staff Interests Dr Paul Allain (BA Exeter) PhD (Goldsmiths)

Research and teaching interests: movement and physical approaches to actor training, especially the Suzuki Method; contemporary East European and Polish theatre and the practice of the Gardzienice Theatre Association; intercultural theory and practice and performance anthropology. His publications include Gardzienice: Polish Theatre in Transition and the Cambridge Companion to Chekhov as co-editor. He is presently finishing a monograph Tadashi Suzuki’s Theatre Practice for Methuen and is co-writing the Routledge Companion to Performance. Professor Christopher Baugh BA MA (Manchester)
Alan Beck BA (Dublin)

Research and teaching interests: radio drama; classical and medieval theatre. He has served on a number of theatre and theatre festival management boards. Organiser of a conference and newsletter on Radio Drama and he is collaborating in the publishing of an electronic journal on radio and sound. He has recently published the book Radio Acting. Gavin Carver BA (Hull) MA (Exeter)
Research and teaching interests: community celebration and outdoor theatre; scenography. He is working on publications in the area of CAS (Computer Aided Scenography) applications in the theatre, and he has published on community celebration. He has considerable theatre experience as a stage and technical manager and lighting designer for a number of theatre companies.

46. PALATINE Directory: Organisations
The Artists theatre School provides Saturday drama workshops at The site containsinformation on a number of options for collaborative work and is
Suggest a Link for Organisations Home Drama Organisations
Suggest a Link for International Home Drama Organisations ...
Established in the late 1970s, Artpool was set up to provide contemporary Hungarian artists with information and potential contacts on the international art scene, as well as to publicize and document the activities of Hungarian artists out of favor with those who dictated the cultural policy of the time. In recent years Artpool has been officially recognised and their archives are accessible from this site as is further information concerning the research center, publications and events.
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ATHE (Association for Theatre in Higher Education)
The Association for Theatre in Higher Education is an organization of individuals and institutions that provides vision and leadership for the profession and promotes excellence in theatre education. ATHE actively supports scholarship through teaching, research and practice and serves as a collective voice for its mission through its publications, conferences, advocacy, projects, and through collaborative efforts with other organizations. Rate link
Bibliography and Internet Sites
Mine of information on the arts in America.

47. Marymount College Of Fordham University
professional theatre and teach at drama schools in have strong practical experiencein theatre and acting. Our learning atmosphere is collaborative rather than

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London Dramatic Academy
For three decades, the London Dramatic Academy sponsored by Marymount College of Fordham University has provided a lively and intense introduction to the principles of British acting. Practical rather than strictly theoretical, the program offers a stimulating and demanding experience for all participants - students and instructors alike. The wide range of experienced tutors, drawn largely from within the profession, ensures that work is not limited in either theory or outlook. Students are encouraged to develop their skills using the lessons of the past and present to help create a theatre for the future. Emphasis is placed on small classes, specialized workshops, and regular one-on-one tutorials, both in acting and in the Alexander Technique of movement. Classes take place at the Marymount London Centre Monday thru Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Master Classes connect students with some of the United Kingdom's most exciting actors, writers and directors through informal and intimate discussions, and students participate in meetings with their peers at other British theatre schools.

48. QMUC - Press Release
at QMUC, Maggie has taken the School of drama and the and bringing together internationaland ethnic theatre groups to develop collaborative works with her
Press Release
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Scotland's most innovative drama educator
awarded professorship
Maggie Kinloch, Scotland's most innovative drama educator, has just been awarded a professorship by Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh (QMUC). Maggie Kinloch, once described as "a determined and challenging theatre director", has as already had an outstanding impact on the success of the School of Drama and Creative Industries at QMUC. Former Artistic Director of the Byre Theatre, St Andrews, Maggie returned to Scotland after 7 years in major London theatre schools including the Central School of Speech and Drama and ArtsEd. London. In only two years at QMUC, Maggie has taken the School of Drama and the Gateway Theatre to new heights of achievement by developing work at the interface of training, education and the professional performance industry. Professor Anthony Cohen, Principal of QMUC, said: "As a theatre educator Professor Kinloch continually pushes the boundaries of theatrical creativity and education. She is responsible not only for creating the theatre professionals of the future, but for hugely increasing the community development activity at the Gateway Theatre, creating impressive collaborations with external organisations, and bringing together international and ethnic theatre groups to develop collaborative works with her own staff and students; and thereby contributing invaluably to the arts in Edinburgh generally, and to the revitalisation of Leith in particular.

49. Theatre And Drama
Communication (verbal and visual) and collaborative skill development will be stressed anotherimportant means of sharing information in theatre and drama.
  • Theatre Research
    Theatre Research
    The MA Program
    The Master of Arts degree in Theatre and Drama can serve as the preparatory degree for the PhD, or as a terminal degree for students seeking greater exposure to theatre and dance studies beyond the undergraduate degree. For more information and requirements, click here. Course Requirements
    • 30 credits (24 credits minimum in Theatre and Drama) including: one required three credit course (Introduction to Research in Theatre) taken in the fall semester of the first year, 5-8 credits for thesis work and credit for one production. Significant participation in one University Theatre production as dramaturg, director, assistant director, stage manager, assistant stage manager, actor, designer, or technician. The production assignment will be determined in consultation with the student's major professor and other department faculty.
      Thesis . A candidate for the master's degree must prepare a thesis under the guidance of his/her major professor. The thesis must be approved by a committee of three facultyincluding the major professor and at least one other professor of the Department of Theatre and Dramaand filed in Memorial Library according to Graduate School deadlines before the degree can be conferred. The thesis should be a product of the student's independent research and the counsel of the major professor and other faculty with expertise in the area.

50. Safe And Caring Sharing Activities
as part of a Telus 2 Learn collaborative project. A group of actors called EvergreenTheatre.presented a play The presentation was an hour long musical drama.
Vauxhall Elementary School's
"Safe and Caring Sharing" Project Vauxhall Elementary School serves 300 students in Grades K-6, with a professional staff of 14.12 teachers (2 teachers in Kanadier Mennonite Learning Program). This year our school has focused on the "safe and caring" theme as all the teachers implemented this new curriculum into their programs. We have joined the "Safe and Caring Sharing" Telus 2 Learn collaborative project with several schools within the Horizon School Division. We will use this project as a way to share our ideas with other staff and students in our division.
Assembly Presentations
Each month a different classroom performs in front of the whole school. Classes perform poems, dances, songs or skits related to their curriculum. VES Safe and Caring Committee
This committee plans the special "spirit" days for our students throughout the year.
Classroom Themes

Each of our classroom has a yearly theme to motivate their classrooms. Hallway Bulletin Boards
Our teachers display excellent samples of student work in their hallway bulletin boards.
After School Sports Clubs
We have had an after school volleyball club and basketball club. Usually the club lasts for about one month and is once a week for about 1 1/2 hours. We use volunteer high school students to coach the team under the supervision of Mrs. Reiling.

51. Research Activities | The Conservatorium
out within the Conservatorium in both music and drama. contribution to the studyof theatre audiences is his book (written in collaboration with Associate
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For a complete guide to research facilities and activities, please visit The University of Newcastle Research Branch site . Below is a brief summary of research details for The Conservatorium.
Areas of Research Strength
Research Areas of International Standing
Among the current research areas of international standing are the following:
  • Professor Victor Emeljanow 's most recent contribution to the study of theatre audiences is his book (written in collaboration with Associate Professor Jim Davis of the University of New South Wales), Reflecting the Audience: London Theatregoing 1840-1880 , which was awarded the London Society for Theatre Research Annual Book Prize, 2002.

52. St Martin's Library - Web Sites - Arts And Humanities
Digital Performance Archive collaborative project from Nottingham Trent and the performingarts music, film, broadcast arts, theatre, dance. drama and theatre.
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Arts and Humanities - General Sites Performing Arts - General Sites Ballet and Dance Cinema and TV ... Religion and Theology
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53. | Jean Sramek | Grant School Collaborative Theatre Initiative
Grant School collaborative theatre Initiative, PREVIOUS, NEXT of the coordinatorsfor this theatre initiative project ve been developing four drama clubs for

54. HCPS II Performance Standards
and apply artistic collaboration in drama and theatre. Benchmark(s), PerformanceStandard(s). • Demonstrate artistic collaboration through drama activities.

55. Youth Department, City Of Helsinki - Centres, Productions And Events
drama Studio Tel. The themes of Shine Event are music, dance and theatre (for 1020 Theevent is realised in collaboration with Espoo and Vantaa s cultural and
About youth work in Finland Activities International Co-operation Objectives ... Cultural Youth Work > Centres, Productions and Events
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Gloria - Cultural Arena
Various forms of youth culture come together at the Gloria Cultural Arena. There's a wide range including hip hop, rock, performance, art exhibitions, theatre and musicals. Gloria is also a place for social dialogue where the young can talk together and be heard. At Gloria, young people are the active participants, the doers and producers. They take responsibility for productions and create them entirely by themselves. Gloria is also a place where young people learn about lighting and sound technology. Gloria - Cultural Arena
P O Box 5000, 00099 CITY OF HELSINKI
(Pieni Robertinkatu 12-14)
Tel. +358 (0)9 310 45814
Harju Youth Centre
Harju Youth Centre
P O Box 5000, 00099 CITY OF HELSINKI
(Aleksis Kiven katu 1)
Tel. +358 (0)9 730046

56. Department Of Drama At The University Of Manchester
collaborative exercise involving colleagues from Manchester and Brunel touring andyoung people s theatre company, based drama Adviser to North West Arts Board
Department of Drama in the Faculty of Arts
University of Manchester What's New in the department? Music and Drama Bursary, click here for information (.pdf document) TARDIS Conference Film Studies and the Popular Symposium Centre for Screen Studies Centre for Applied Theatre Research ... Careers Information for Drama Students Search this site
Mr. Anthony Jackson
Senior Lecturer
Teaching and research interests lie principally in the field of modern theatre, specifically in educational theatre and 20 th century British and American drama and theatre. His publications include Learning through Theatre: new perspectives on theatre in education (ed., Routledge 1993, last re-printed 1999, Korean edition 2004), The Repertory Movement SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (SINCE 1993): Books, articles in books: The IDEA Dialogues 2001. IDEA Publications: Bergen 2002. ' "I've never been in a story before": Audience Participation & the Theatrical Frame', in N. McCaslin (ed.)

57. DRAMA AND THEATRE STUDIES - Admissions - Trinity College Dublin
training programme offered in collaboration with the and it includes considerablework in practical theatre activities. drama Studies (TSM joint honors) The two

58. Theatre And Drama, Winter Term 1997 LS&A Course Guide
The plays will go through various phases of the collaborative process as if ina genuine production situation. American theatre and drama. (3). (HU).
Courses in Theatre and Drama (Division 695)
101. Introduction to Acting 1. Permission of instructor. Open to non-concentrators. (3). (Excl).
Sections 001 and 002. This course is designed as a general introduction to the fundamental skills of acting in the theatre. It involves discussion and practical work, seeking to explore the nature of acting and to increase the students' abilities as actors. Classes will follow two parallel lines: technical work on body, voice and speech, and imaginative work involving improvision, observation, enquiry, and building a character and scene. Cost:1 WL:2 (Brown) Sections 003. This course is designed as a general introduction to the fundamental skills of acting in the theatre. It involves discussion and practical work, including theatre games, warm-up, monologue, and scene work. Some papers and selected reading. Brief, informal interviews are required for admission to all sections. Sign up for an interview with the instructor (interview times are posted about the time when the Time Schedules come out, further details at the Theatre Office, Room 2550, Frieze Building. Cost:1 (Maylie)

59. Books & Audio Books. Bookshops Online Searches For Books That Match THEATRE, DRA
Paperback. 0713643986. DEVISED AND collaborative theatre. Paperback. Banks, Ron Marson,Pauline (chief Examiner, Edexce drama AND theatre ARTS. Paperback.

60. Drama
Games Several games to use in drama classes complete guide to all aspects of theatreon the Theatrelink - Online collaborative project for high school students
Drama - Acting
ABWAG to Learn Acting
- Numerous pages of acting subjects from the late drama coach, Don Richardson. The site is a little overwhelming, but it really has some great resources. Acting on the Web - "Want to take your shot in movies and TV? Want to perform local theater in your own town and be good at it? Want to improve your communication skills for business? We can teach you how right over the Internet. Our working professionals offer lessons and monologues that you can study and perform right now FREE of charge!" Acting Workshop Online - "This is the place for beginning actors and actresses to learn about acting and the acting business." ActorsCraft.Com - At this Web site "You will discover books, magazine articles, teachers and classes, words of inspiration, interviews, DVD movie reviews, notes from the field, a myriad of resources, all about the Sanford Meisner Approach to Acting, and the world's leading proponent of that approach, Larry Silverberg. A Dramatic Education - A site for Theatre Arts Education..includes lesson plans and other resources.

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