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61. Yale School Of Drama - Academics - Design
of evolving a production through the process of collaboration. as their commitmentto the theatre and their course category field and select drama under the
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Design Department
M.F.A. and Certificate
The purpose of the Design department is to develop theatre artists who are masterful designers in set, costume, lighting and sound for the theatre. The department encourages its students to discover their own processes of formulating design ideas, to develop a discriminating standard for their own endeavors and above all, to prepare them for creative and meaningful professional lives in the broad range of theatre activities. In the belief that theatre is a collaborative art, it is hoped that, through their Yale experience, design students discover a true sense of joy in working with other people, especially directors, and realize the excitement of evolving a production through the process of collaboration. Finally, the department endeavors to create an atmosphere conducive to creative experimentation, tempered by honest, open criticism and disciplined study. Students are admitted to the program on the basis of their artistic abilities as shown in their portfolios, as well as their commitment to the theatre and their ability to articulate their ideas.

62. English 2216 - Drama Production
the many different aspects of drama in production Because of the practical and collaborativenature of group projects (monologues, Guerrilla theatre, scenes and
English 2216 - Drama Production
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Time: T/TH 2:30-3:50 PM Lecturer: Cordula Quint
Office: ECH 118
Office Hours: MWF 3:3-5 PM, and individual consultation anytime by prior arrangement.
Email: This course offers a hands-on opportunity to learn about the many different aspects of drama in production. Over the course of the academic year, students are encouraged to develop a well-rounded repertoire of theatrical skills and will develop a comprehensive competence in literary analysis with a view to production. They will become familiar with the overall process of taking a dramatic text "from page to stage" by learning about acting, improvisation, script development, directing, lighting, sound, set and costume, stage management, publicity, as well as practical aspects such as set and props building (if required). Like any theatrical activity, this course is collaborative and makes special demands while offering unique rewards. It insists on the full and enthusiastic participation of all students. Time demands can be heavy, and in-class sessions will be complemented by extra rehearsals and workshops outside of class time, including evenings and weekends.

63. Educational Theatre
This is a unique collaboration between the director, Program in Educational theatre,New York International Authority – DIE, freelance drama consultant based
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Programs How To Apply Educational Theatre Degree Program Information Courses Faculty Accommodations ... Apply Location: London and Northampton, England Dublin, Ireland
Dates: England: June 26 - July 18 Dublin: July 22 - August 12
Application Deadline: March 15, 2004
Now in its 31st year, the Program in Educational Theatre offers a unique opportunity for concentrated study and daily field participation in the uses of drama and theatre in education. The summer program is designed for teachers, university students, recreational leaders, librarians, language and arts specialists, theatre directors, actors, and integrated arts educators. Lectures, demonstrations, and in-service school and local community experiences are offered in both formal and informal dramatic activities involving elementary, junior high, and high school children as well as adults.
Through three or six weeks, students may earn 6 or 12 points toward the master's or doctoral degree in the Program in Educational Theatre. The term "educational theatre" includes improvisation, role-playing, applied theatre, community activities, story dramatization, street theatre, classroom drama, theatre games, and other dramatic activities currently employed in British, Irish and American education. The 2004 study abroad will take place in London and Northampton, England; as well as Dublin, Ireland. 6-12 Points. Offered through

64. Leading Practice In The Performing Arts
based at Central School of Speech and drama. ensure that the assessment of collaborativeactivity can be reflective practice to dance and theatre education and
Programme for Monday 23rd June Programme for Wednesday 25th June
Leading Practice in the Performing Arts
2 x One Day Conferences on Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
Monday 23rd June 2003 at Rose Bruford College Wednesday 25th June 2003 at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts LIPA) Organised by: FDTL 3 Projects in Performing Arts (ANNIE, Assessing Group Practice, ReP) and PALATINE, the LTSN Subject Centre for Performing Arts Conference chaired by Professor John Cowan Key project workers from three FDTL Phase 3 projects in Performing Arts will lead conference presentations and workshops to address:
  • How can assessment of collaborative activity be made fair, robust and practicable? How can online collaboration and conferencing be made most effective? Connecting Creativity and Learning through Reflection Facilitating and Assessing Reflection Teaching and Performing Remotely Celebrating Diversity in Group work Self and Peer Assessment in Group work Developing and Assessing Group Behaviour Strategies for Assessing Interdisciplinary Projects
Although the conference focuses on Performing Arts workshops will be relevant to academic staff and educational developers from a wide range of subject disciplines.

65. Centre For Applied Theatre Research
dramaŠ and apart from drama specialists, it criticisms, and proposals for collaborativeresearch and Administrator, Ellen Appleby
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Newsletter 2, 2002 A belated welcome to 2002 and another full year of Centre Activities Change of personnel As you may have already read elsewhere on this website, there have been some changes around here. Firstly, our inaugural Director and Journal editor, Dr Philip Taylor, has left us to take up an Associate Professorship at New York University. He is replaced in both capacities by Professor John O'Toole, formerly the Coordinator of the Drama Department. We welcome Ellen Appleby as our Administrator, with grateful thanks to Jessica Veurman-Betts, our administrator for the last two years, who remains closely associated with the Centre as one of the lynch-pins of the Flying Drama School. Again, grateful thanks and good wishes to the inaugural Chair of the Centre, Professor Simone de Haan, who has stepped down, and the warmest of welcomes to our new Chair, Mr John Kotzas, Artistic Director of The Queensland Performing Arts Centre. We look forward to many joint initiatives with QPAC

66. National Association For Youth Drama
Nextus 2004 NAYD and the Abbey theatre bring you another exciting collaboration ArtsTrain-Ireland s only youth drama facilitation training course
National Association
for Youth Drama The National Association for Youth Drama (NAYD) is the umbrella organisation for youth drama and youth theatre in Ireland. NAYD encourages a greater un d erstanding of the potential of drama as a medium for both social and artistic development. NAYD provides support to over 70 youth theatre groups nationwide. Among other activities, NAYD organises:
  • National Youth Theatre productions National Festival of Youth Theatres Regional Youth Drama Festivals
  • National Youth Theatre of the Deaf
  • Irish participation in the European Youth Theatre Encounter Training for drama practitioners, youth leaders and young people
Whether you're an established drama practitioner, a youth leader or teacher, or an individual wishing to find more about the exciting world of youth drama and theatre, we hope you find this website helpful. June / July 2004 Now Showing Catch a Youth Theatre show near you this month!

67. Drama And Theatre Arts At Staffordshire University
It can be a career and it is a creative activity that demands and encourages collaborationand imaginative skills. In drama and theatre Arts, we assume that
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  • Teaching by experienced practitioners and visiting theatre professionals
    Academic study integrated with practical work and staged productions
    Fully-equipped and adaptable Drama Studio
    Opportunities to write your own plays, and devise or direct your own theatre productions.
    Students can also explore technical and production roles such as stage management, lighting, sound, costume and marketing as well as performance
    Assessment by productions and coursework.
The Single Honours Drama and Theatre Arts degree here at Staffordshire University provides opportunities for you to investigate issues raised about drama and theatre in other parts of the degree and to develop knowledge and understanding of performance skills. It also allows you to study the development of theatre in the context of how it relates both to professional theatre practice and to societies and their cultures via performance, texts, theory and practice.
The degree is based within the Faculty of Arts, Media and Design, which includes exciting and innovative degree programmes in areas such as Media Studies, Film, Television and Radio Studies, Cultural Studies and English, all of which are linked with Drama and Theatre Arts. You will have a range of options from these and other areas to choose from which can support or vary your core studies in drama. Throughout your study, you may also, if you wish, study a foreign language (via the University Languages Programme), take courses in the University's Business Management Programme or acquire skills in Information Technology.

68. Upper School Drama Curriculum Outline
1.) Mime. 2.) Dance drama. 3.) theatre for Young Audiences. IV.) CREATE theatreTHROUGH ARTISTIC COLLABORATION A.) Create/WRITE scripts.
Introduction Detailed Outline Upper School Drama
Curricular Goals
Detailed Overview Red text indicates advanced curriculum.) Upper School Students will: I.) DEVELOP INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PERSONAL RESOURCES
A.) Use the body and voice expressively. 1.) Identify and understand specific movement and vocal techniques.
2.) Master pantomime skills.
3.) Develop relaxation and preparatory techniques.
4.) Practice stage movement. B.) Express character through movement and voice. 1.) Develop body awareness and spatial perception.
2.) Use movement techniques to express characters and situations in improvised and scripted scenes.
3.) Create character and situation by synthesizing movement ideas. C.) Develop sensory awareness. 1.) Interpret subtleties of sensory perception and emotional states.
2.) Recall and express personal sensory experiences.
3.) Create fully realized sensory environments through pantomime and dialogue.
4.) Use a range of emotional expression to express complex characters. D.) Develop personal creativity. E.) Develop the comfort necessary to take artistic and personal risks in dramatic work.

69. Theatre History Initiative
theatre History Initiative is a collaboration of the Education Department of TheShakespeare theatre and American year THI program integrates drama and theatre
THEATRE HISTORY INITIATIVE In response to the national mandate to achieve measurable benchmarks in literature and arts education, The Shakespeare Theatre created the Theatre History Initiative (THI), an on-line resource to promote the teaching of theatre history in the high school curriculum. THI is a text-based experiential and scholarly program that provides texts and support materials to teachers, in traditional and electronic formats. A group of secondary-school teachers, drawn locally and nationally, will work together to design standards-based curriculum materials and classroom activities. These efforts will be instrumental to the development of a THI web-site. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Theatre History Initiative is a collaboration of the Education Department of The Shakespeare Theatre and American University. The three-year THI program integrates drama and theatre history into public high school curriculum through three components: 1) teacher training; 2) curricular development; and 3) technological dissemination. Leadership support from The National Endowment for the Humanities
Theatre History Initiative: Timeline and Participants Year One: Sixteen local high school teachers, representing grades 9 through 12, will participate in ten 6-hour collaborative workshops on the teaching of theatre history. Each workshop will include a scholar presentation, a performance workshop, and a session on lesson-plan development. All of the workshops and discussions will be digitally recorded for inclusion on the website and cd-rom.

70. Drama
to other art forms and introduces theatre as collaboration playwrights, directors andcontemporary dramas range from ancient Greek drama to Shakespeare to
ISBN AUTHOR TITLE LEVEL PRICE INCL. GST($) THEATRE Wimmer Yrs 11-12 Cassady An Introduction to Modern One-Act Plays An Introduction to Modern One-Act Plays TG An Introduction to Theatre and Drama Barbara Snook Dance...Count me in! Cassady Dictionary of Theatre and Drama Terms Madonna Stinson and Debbie Wall Dramactive Book 1 Madonna Stinson and Debbie Wall Dramactive Book 2 Exploring Theatre 0.314.21349.X Exploring Theatre Lesson Plan Booklet Exploring Theatre Teacher's Annotated Edition Exploring Theatre Teacher's Resource Binder Pinnel Getting Started in Theatre Getting Started in Theatre TG Denver Is There an Actor in the House Play Production Today 0.8442.5777.X Play Production Today TRB 0.8442.5133.X Sixteen Short Plays for Young Actors Stagecraft 3/e Ommaney The Stage and the School 8/e SE Yrs 7-10 Ommaney The Stage and the School 8/e TM Yrs 7-10 0.02.817237.X Ommaney The Stage and the School 8/e TRB Yrs 7-10 Ommaney Cassady The Book of Monologues for Aspiring Actors The Book of Scenes for Acting Practise The Book of Scenes for Acting Practise TG The Book of Scenes for Aspiring Actors Caltagirone Theatre Arts: The Dynamics of Acting 4/e Theatre Arts: The Dynamics of Acting 4/e Actor's Logbook Theatre Arts: The Dynamics of Acting 4/e Actor's Playbook 0.8442.5164.X

71. Riverside Theatre: Big Drama In A Small Place
a place for theatre collaboration between students and Workshop topics include drama,storytelling, puppetry creative movement, story theatre and Shakespeare.
riverside theatre
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Riverside Theatre Education programs have been inspiring the Iowa City community for over 12 years. Studying theatre means learning about life. Theatre education enriches lives by bringing people together to share ideas, develop theatre skills and expand their imaginations. As individuals pursue their own artistic path, Riverside provides a place for theatre collaboration between students and professional actors, directors, designers, writers and technicians.
Riverside Theatre is committed to providing year-round classes and workshops taught by professional artists for students at a range of levels. Riverside Theatre Education programs encourage creativity, curiosity and challenge ways of perception. They stimulate diverse ways of thinking, problem solving, self-expression and personal growth.
Through the medium of theatre, students deepen their knowledge of who they are and the world around them. Our programs aim to empower artists of all ages as they develop their craft and creative process.

72. Playbox Theatre Company - Education
Semester One includes, in collaboration with Commonplace Productions, The Ishmael forsecondary students, tertiary students and drama and theatre educators



The Playbox Education Team welcomes you to another exciting year of activities aimed at enhancing students' and teachers studies in Drama and Theatre studies. br> The workshops and seminars included in our 2004 program continues to reflect the needs of teachers and students from the middle years through to VCE. We've listened to you and are once again offering detailed Behind the Scenes tours, Non-naturalism Solo and Monologue , professional development for teachers and the ever-popular Year 10 Days
2004 will be the last opportunity for VCE English and Drama students to see the acclaimed production of Stolen by Jane Harrison at The CUB Malthouse. Don't miss out on this wonderful piece of non-naturalistic theatre that continues to move and inspire. Limited places are available in the very special Stolen - The Story Telling Workshops accompanying particular performances of the play. Led by original cast member, Tammy Anderson, who has had great success with her solo show, I Don't Wanna Play House , this is a unique opportunity for students to workshop some of the story-telling approaches used in the development of Stolen and then see the show.

73. Home Page
provide a brief introduction to theatre and drama. theatre is today, the many collaborativeartists who Understand unique theatre practices within a variety of
ARTH 231 SURVEY: THEATRE Sec. 8:00-9:15 TTH Rm: SC 135
SPRING 2004—Feb. 13-March 25
Office: SC 148C Office Hrs.: 11:00-12:00 MWF and 11:00-1:00 TTH Telephone: 256-5254 (office) 256-5270 (messages) 256-2186 (home) Catalog Description: An introduction to drama. No prerequisites. Textbook: Ludwig, Ken. Moon Over Buffalo Course Objectives and Content: The purpose of this 5 week section of ARTH 231 is to provide a brief introduction to theatre and drama. Through this introduction the student will gain a basic knowledge of what theatre is today, the many collaborative artists who contribute to the theatrical process, and what it means to be an effective audience member. The course will cover 3 major content areas: theories concerning theatre and dramatic literature, production techniques and world theatre. At the end of the course the students will be able to: Understand theatre as an art form. Read and analyze dramatic literature. Understand the role of the audience in a theatrical production. Describe and analyze the contributions of the artists who collaborate on theatrical productions.

74. Centre For Applied Theatre Research
partnerships with the International drama/theatre and Education the National Associationfor drama in Education seek collaboration with other arts agencies in
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Established by Council: 2 November 1998 (10/98) ESTABLISHMENT The Council established the Centre for Applied Theatre Research as a Centre of the University at its meeting 2nd November, 1998. (10/98) The Centre operates within the general policies of the University and, in particular, the Council Resolution on "The Organisation and Organisational Relationships of Centres, and Institutes in the University" (0527/91) and amendments made thereto Proposals requesting Council approval to establish a centre will be submitted to the respective Faculty Board for consideration. Faculty Board will forward approved centre submissions to Academic Committee which in turn may refer submissions to the Research and Postgraduate Studies Committee or the Teaching and Learning Management Committee. The mission of the Centre is to promote the nexus between research into drama and theatre, the production of dramatic art, and education in and through drama and theatre. It seeks to investigate and develop applications of theatre and drama in a wide range of contemporary contexts, and to encourage the ability of all people to engage artistically and purposefully in theatrical and dramatic activity. The Centre's goals will be to:
  • pursue innovative and contemporary theatre and drama research with appropriate paradigms and methods

75. [uga Drama]
Glass Door Labs UGA drama computer support, lab news ATHE The Association for Theatrein Higher Education for its mission and through collaborative efforts with
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Search UGA Drama Advanced Search Affiliated Drama Sites UGA Drama has several other websites other than this one! We provide hosting for affiliated projects, groups, students, and departments. Virtual Vaudeville
With a grant provided by the National Science Foundation the Live Performance Simulation System will use computer gaming and motion capture technologies to recreate the experience of attending a live theatrical performance from the past. The goal is to simulate the sensation of being surrounded by human activity on stage, in the audience, and backstage. Viewers will enter the virtual theatre and watch the performance from any position in the audience, and will even be able to interact with the animated spectators around them. Now Showing Newsletter
Weekly news for the Department of Drama and Theatre at the University of Georgia. Glass Door Labs
UGA Drama computer support, lab news, hours, tutorials, and usage policy.

76. [uga Drama] Syllabus
course is to introduce you to drama and theatre you to better understand how the collaborativeprocess works. saying, The only way to understand theatre is to

77. Projects And Activities Of Al Rowwad: Palestinian Children's Theatre Center
develop the spirit of collective work and collaboration. the center and a movabletheatre, thus reducing books in body, voice expressions, drama for children

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Click here to view budget needed to complete Al Rowwad's activities and projects Al-Rowwad Center is an independent, non political and non governmental association in the camp, within its limited means tries hard to organize developmental activities and programs for children to develop the capacities of children, promote creativity and imagination, and provide them with safe and healthy environment.
A group of independent volunteers from Aida camp, committed to help children over come the recent repercussions and promote human rights are leading this major endeavor. Al-Rowwad is the locomotive of change within the local community. Al-Rowwad promotes the collaboration and institutionalization of various projects and activities to create local development. Recently, Al-Rowwad joined efforts with Aida Popular Committee in implementing community development projects and employment generation funded by UNRWA and UNDP totaling US$230,000.
Recently, and over last 10 months, Al-Rowwad intensified its efforts to organize a variety of activities for children. The objective has been to take them out of the current violent situation and to create an enabling environment to deflect their stress and be able to continue leading a "normal decent" life. It organized:

78. School Of Communication At Northwestern University :: Theatre :: M.F.A. In Stage
general theatre MA, and an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in theatre and drama. The secondyear prioritizes collaboration, research, and imagination and serves as
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    Master of Fine Arts in Stage Design
    Along with the M.F.A. in Stage Design, the department offers three other graduate degree programs: an M.F.A. in Directing which is closely aligned with the design program, a general theatre M.A., and an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Theatre and Drama.
    The Master of Fine Arts in Stage Design Program seeks a select group of talented designers of scenery, costume, and lighting who want to impact and influence the development of the American theater and prepare to compete for positions in theater and related performing arts professions. Central to this three-year degree program is the belief that imaginative and sensitive designers and directors working together, rigorously analyzing texts and emphasizing collaboration, communication, and team skills, will produce dynamic visual productions.
    Necessary for continuation each year is the student's development toward mastery of a complete repertoire of graphic techniques and a heightened conceptual and design aesthetic in a primary design field, mastery of a range of fundamental abilities in a secondary field, and maturing collaboration skills. The first year of study emphasizes the importance of skills training and design process. The second year prioritizes collaboration, research, and imagination and serves as a transition from the activities and points of view of the entering student to the professional profile and attitudes of the graduating designer. The final year's activity concentrates on designing and the preparation of the thesis portfolio. Distinguishing features of the curricular program that will prepare the designer for the demands of the twenty-first century include:

79. Fad
This activity comprises network collaboration on collective projects and agreementsthat Studies in Art and Design and in drama and theatre Communication.
General description of the faculty
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General description of the faculty Oslo University College, Faculty of Fine Art and Drama Cort Adelers gate 33, N-0254 Oslo Phone: + 47 22 45 34 00/Fax: + 47 22 45 34 05 est@.hio no History. The Faculty of Fine Art and Drama was started in 1875 as the private Women's Industry School in Christiania. The school moved in 1883 to the premises in Cort Adelersgate 33, where it has been ever since. In 1900 the school was taken over by the state and renamed the State Women's Industry School. The school had its own executive committee under the Trade School Department of the Church and Education Ministry. In 1962 the school was transferred to the Teacher Education Office in the same ministry. The school expanded its size and buildings in 1938 and 1971. In 1960 the school changed its name to the State Art and Craft Teachers School in Oslo. In the years that followed the school strove to make its mark as a leading education institution for teachers of art and craft. The school received the status of college in 1975 when the Teachers Education Act of 1973 was enforced. The name of the school became the State College for Art and Craft Teachers, Oslo. In 1994 the school was integrated into Oslo College and renamed the Faculty of Fine Art and Drama.

80. Milton Keynes Theatre: Education
INTERACTIVE SUMMER SCHOOLS A collaboration between Milton 10am 4pm theatre makingproject, creating all small scale performance including drama, movement and
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Exciting events for everyone! CORNELIUS AND JONES - A Play in a Day
Tuesday 31 August
Participants make and perform with shadow puppets and use story-telling, music and song to create a play in a day! The Japenese story of a baby boy who was found in the middle of a giant peach. 2.45pm demonstration to friends and family. Suitable for 7yrs+. Bring lunch! £12 per person.
A collaboration between Milton Keynes Theatre and Catalyst Theatre Arts
Mon 19 - Fri 23 July

Theatre making project, creating all aspects of a small scale performance: including drama, movement and art activities. Concludes with showing in Garden Room.
Suitable for 9 - 12yrs. 5 day series £95. Mon 26 - Fri 30 July Novel Act 10.30am - 12.30 noon Using practical drama approaches in adapting text to script. Suitable for 12 – 14yrs. Starting Out Preparation for rehearsals – what you do with your script before you get to rehearsals. All 5 session (half day) series £50.

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