"All the World's a Stage": A Guide to Teaching World Theatre

This Digital Theatre+ Guide, written by freelance international theatre practitioner and writer Dinos Aristidou, provides support for engaging with theatre practices from around the world and includes a series of useful activities focusing on research, performance and aesthetics to use in the classroom.

Émile Zola

The Fletcher Professor of Drama and Oratory at Tufts University, Laurence Senelick, provides an overview of the life and works of 19th-century French writer Emile Zola (1840-1902). Senelick considers how science greatly influenced Zola’s theories of naturalism in literature and art and explores his view of theatre as a weapon for reform to inspire and improve society.
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"Surviving surviving": Irving Roth

Irving Roth tells of his experiences as a Holocaust survivor in a world where the number of living survivors has started to wane.

Asked to share his deeply moving story in schools across the USA, Roth reflects on the importance of young people in ensuring that these last voices of the Holocaust are documented.

Survivor Irving Roth highlights the importance of survivors' stories in forming Holocaust history
National Jewish Theater