Here's another collection of ten dramatized stories by Paul Sills - a follow-up piece to "Story Theatre" aptly titled "More from Story Theatre."
The prolific playwright Eugene O'Neill, known for his tragedies, wrote one lighthearted play subtitled “A Comedy of Recollection in Three Acts.”
An uplifting (and even funny at times) play about three terminally ill patients and their loved ones coming to grips with death? Try "The Shadow Box."
For a strong sense of author Anton Chekhov’s take on the human condition via playwright Neil Simon’s wit and pithy dialogue, try "The Good Doctor."
If you are looking for a compelling play for a young mixed-race cast, you may want to take a look at "The Good Times are Killing Me" by Lynda Barry.
Story Theatre by Paul Sills is a full-length play with music, adapted from fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm and a few of Aesop’s fables.
Change the nature of your interactions with students by playing a role and you may just increase their engagement in lessons dramatically!
Students play the roles of experts while the teacher plays someone who seeks information, advice, or explanations in this educational drama strategy.
Give your students the opportunity to question a literary character or person from history with the Process Drama strategy called Hotseating.
Live theatre in which children can make noise, wiggle, ask questions, go up on stage, touch props and costumes, and dance with the actors? Yes!