Drama Teacher Academy Theatrefolk Canada


Introduction to Stage Management
Stage Management Part Two
Basic Lighting for Drama Teachers
Introduction to Set Design
The Do-it all Director's Guide to Costuming
From Audition to Curtain Call: Directing Youth Theatre
Organised Chaos: Discipline in the Theatre Classroom
Introduction to Teaching Mask
Friendly Shakespeare
The Top Ten Playwriting Exercises
Strong Ensemble=Strong Play
Big Picture Blocking: Staging your Play Outside-In
Mission Possible: Creating a Mission and Unified Mission for your Theatre Program
Working with Monologues for Rehearsal and Development
Copyright for Drama Teachers
Laban: Advanced Characterization
Serious Play: Theatre Games and Warm-ups for Rehearsal and Ensemble Building
Breathe Control and Projection
Close Reading in the Drama Classroom
Concept-Based Design for the Theatre Teacher
How to Teach Improv
Google Drive in the Drama Classroom
Playing Comedy
Style, Coaching Improv
Theatre Etiquette
Creating the Ensemble-Based Classroom

Revisioning Social Theater through Camp Spectacles Aristotle University

About training

Personal narratives serve as primary material that rehearses and seeks to stage an encounter between the phenomenon of Social Theater and the poetics of Camp. Narratives of this sort, i.e. a person's (hi)stories, life-changing experiences, incidents related to conflicts and relationships, dreams and fantasies, constitutive of the participants' most familiar referential fields, typically feed into (and off) Social Theater projects and performances. The aim of such projects and performances is to address remedially participants’ experiences, focusing on the more troublesome ones, and thus to contribute to the wellness of both the individual and the collective.