Benefits of Digital Theatre+
Increase student engagement and passion for performance with over 300 first-class productions and all-star casts, available on any device, anywhere, anytime.
Teachers tell us that they couldn't expose their students to such a range of classic, contemporary and international performance any other way. And they see the benefit of this increased engagement in improved exam performance.
No more trawling the internet for learning resources. By subscribing you’ll get unlimited access to excellent, curriculum-linked resources, all in one place, saving you significant lesson planning time. On average, DT+ saves teachers 4-5 hours per week.
We collaborate with renowned academics and theatre practitioners, which means you can trust the quality of the content you are providing to your students.
More than 150 exclusive in-depth interviews and backstage insights will give your students a deep understanding of theatre processes, including creative and technical disciplines. These illuminate motivations, challenges and the choices that theatre practitioners face.
DT+ supports complete student development, expanding and enriching a student’s world-view, making them more employable after graduation.
Access wherever and whenever you want
DT+ provides 24/7 unlimited performance access. The learning that begins on campus is enhanced as students continue to explore and experiment outside of the classroom.
Every subscription provides access across the institution, regardless of discipline.
What our customers say about us
Libby Tilley, Head of Arts and Humanities Libraries and English Faculty Librarian, University of Cambridge, UK
We chose DT+ to provide access to theatre productions for our students. The additional information offered through study guides and interviews is a bonus for those doing Performance or Shakespeare courses. The difference screening live performances makes is enormous, and it is worth the investment to get this level of quality.
Jeremy Franklin, Director of Music/Theatre, Colorado Mesa University, US
DT+ has allowed us to bring a myriad of productions and artists directly to our students. Having DT+ available helps our students develop as well-rounded artists, expands their world-view, making them all the more employable after graduation.
Jim Pedrech, English Department Head, Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School, Canada
We replaced a text in one of our courses with All My Sons due to the strength of the performance available through DT+. We believe that the activities we have built around this remarkable adaptation effectively prepare our students for post-secondary education.
Andrew Leask, Head of English & Drama, St George's School for Girls, UK
DT+ makes literary and dramatic texts more accessible to my students; they are able to develop opinions and independent thoughts about the characters and themes. Through watching a DT+ performance they gain a deeper understanding of literature. This greater understanding helps prepare them more effectively for their exams.
Don Landrigan, Theatre Teacher, Linden Hall School, Japan
Given where we are – regional Japan – opportunities to see theatre are limited and DT+ provides quality. I'd have a hard time completing my course without DT+. Joining is the best advice I've been given since I started teaching IB DP Theatre.
Missey Head, Fine Arts Coordinator, Lewisville Independent School District
The theatre teachers and students in Lewisville Independent School District feel blessed to have the resources Digital Theatre+ provides. The content and curriculum provides opportunities for our students to develop their skills in critical, logical, reflective, metacognitive, and creative thinking. We cannot thank Digital Theatre+ enough for the valuable experiences our students are enjoying.
Kevin Wallace, Head of Department (Acting), Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Republic of Ireland
DT+ is a great learning aid and teaching tool. It provides the students with an in-depth view of performances of essential theatrical texts. I use it to teach English Literature students and it is a crucial tool to show them that a performance text is radically different from a written text.
Daniel Hawthorne, Lecturer in Creative Arts, Bridgwater College, UK
DT+ has been highly effective both in classroom interactivity and assisting effective planning. The resources available for teacher and student are specific and concise from highly respected sources. I have saved 3-5 hours of planning a week through use of DT+.
Our content is mapped to English and Drama curricula, and commissioned and curated with a view to assisting educators and students in their understanding of core texts, characterisation, and the many and diverse facets of performance.
We collaborate with over 50 leading theatre companies, educational organisations and arts collectives around the world.
The team behind Digital Theatre+
Creative Learning Panel
Our distinguished panel advise on content development and direction, ensuring Digital Theatre+ meets the needs of students and teachers.
Industry experts include: Emily Blacksell, Fin Kennedy, Samantha Lane, Struan Leslie, Indhu Rubasingham and Zoë Waites.
Educators include: Maggie B. Gale, Jonothan Neelands, Lisa Peck, Matthew Roberts, Carol Chillington Rutter and Jeni Whittaker.
Over 150 experts provide insight into plays, character and performance, and produce unique learning materials for our audience.
Practitioners include: Richard Bean, Alecky Blythe, Lolita Chakrabarti, Bob Crowley, Ben Crystal, Declan Donnellan, Adrian Lester, Mike Poulton, David Suchet, Meera Syal, Julie Walters and Timberlake Wertenbaker.
Academics include Paul Allain, Michael Balfour, Sharon Marie Carnicke, Colin Chambers, Michael Chemers, Tom Cornford, Rachel Hann, Alison Hodge, Robert Leach, Paul Rae, Ben Spatz and Rose Whyman.
Leading the in-house team are: Robert Delamere, Co-Founder of DT+, director of all DT+ productions, and Chair of English Touring Theatre; Fiona Lindsay, our Creative Producer, who has previously created bespoke content for world-leading arts and media organisations; and Talia Rodgers, our Publishing Director, formerly publisher of books and journals for theatre and performance studies since 1991 and creator of the Routledge Performance Archive.
Robert, Fiona and Talia are supported by a world-class team of editors, developers, producers and publishers.