In four short videos, The National Theatre in London, England interviews the team that recently (2012) brought Antigone to life as a contemporary political thriller. They explain their choices in the context of traditional Greek drama and the ideas that Sophocles first introduced around 441 BC.
This is a great project for students thinking of being actors, dancers, writers, or directors who want to go to New York City to work as professionals. "How much does it cost to live in NYC? What is Actors Equity?" It gives students a lot of practical knowledge about the finanacial challenges of l
Looking for a way to make Shakespeare's plays come alive in your classroom? Wanting to actually engage your students and get them excited to study Shakespeare?
Try using Twitter to help students better understand the play and have fun at the same time. This activity will take you through why twitt
This product is 3 pages of questions that coincide with an online Google Slideshow containing videos and content that add interesting information and pop culture references that tie to The Crucible. Within the slides I have included the following youtube videos: Monty Python "She's a Witch," a Simps
It is difficult to find the time to discuss the many interesting allusions and footnotes provided in any work of Shakespeare. I created a rubric for a Power Point "mini-presentation" of a Shakespearean Allusion from Hamlet, but this can be used for any of Shakespeare's plays. This activity reminds s
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This resource has two types of notes and two formats to help your students to use with either a flipped lesson or to follow along in class with the Crash Course Theater #1 video.
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Link to Crash Course Theater