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Lovesong © Johan Persson

Lovesong   |   Production   |   Frantic Assembly

  • 2Productions
  • 12Video resources
  • 5Written resources

Get access to a range of resources to support your teaching of Frantic Assembly, including two captivating productions, exclusive practitioner interviews and supportive written materials.

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Explore a selection of popular materials from the Frantic Assembly collection.

Things I Know To Be True

Introduce your students to Frantic Assembly’s celebrated physicality with Andrew Bovell’s Things I Know To Be True, a moving and visceral piece of contemporary theatre captured live at the Lyric Hammersmith in London by Digital Theatre+.

Lovesong

Discover a delicate mix of storytelling and dynamic physical theatre with Lovesong, which intricately weaves the story of a couple in the first stages of their life together with the same couple as they approach the end of their story.

An Interview with Scott Graham

Give your students an exclusive insight into the methods of Artistic Director Scott Graham, as he discusses the collaborative process of working with writer Andrew Bovell on Frantic Assembly’s acclaimed production of Things I Know To Be True.

A Frantic Assembly Warm Up

Try your hand at Frantic Assembly’s very own warm up routine! Complete with detailed aims and instructions for use in the classroom, each exercise is geared towards developing key skills such as teamwork, physical confidence and focus.

An Introduction to Physical Theatre

Co-founder and Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly Scott Graham describes the typical elements and intentions that make up a Frantic Assembly warm-up, considering why movement is invaluable in playing subtext and drawing an audience into a piece.

Discover, Explore, Assess: Things I Know To Be True

Get ready-to-go activities and summative tests with the Things I Know To Be True Discover, Explore, Assess pack! With both student and teacher-facing resources, you’ll be able to support your class as they explore the play’s context, characters and more.

At Home with Shakespeare: Macbeth Act 2, Scene 1

Analyze three versions of Macbeth with Shakespeare expert Ben Crystal.

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