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Tracy Crossley & Niki Woods

Making Postdramatic Theatre: A Handbook of Devising Exercises

Digital Theatre
Guide
Tracy Crossley & Niki Woods

Making Postdramatic Theatre: A Handbook of Devising Exercises

Digital Theatre
Guide
This exclusive Digital Theatre+ workshop handbook, edited by Tracy Crossley and Niki Woods from the University of Salford, compiles exercises from contemporary British and trans-European theatre companies and practitioners for tutors teaching postdramatic practice and for students and theatre-makers devising their own performance work.
Jeni Whittaker

Lesson Plans: Genre, Style and Context

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
Jeni Whittaker

Lesson Plans: Genre, Style and Context

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
Digital Theatre+ Lesson Plans aim to furnish a number of tools and strategies for students studying Drama, Theatre and the Performing Arts. Written by Jeni Whittaker of DramaWorks, these guides encourage creativity and group collaboration through practical exercises, evaluative discussions and research suggestions.
Tilly Blackwood

A Guide to a Career in Acting

Digital Theatre
Guide
Tilly Blackwood

A Guide to a Career in Acting

Digital Theatre
Guide
This exclusive Digital Theatre+ resource offers a whole host of information on how to get the best foundation training for performing on stage. Written by professional actor and acting coach Tilly Blackwood, who founded the Audition Doctor, this invaluable guide provides a personal account on how to begin a career in acting.
Leonard Pronko

Kabuki

Digital Theatre
Concise Introduction
Leonard Pronko

Kabuki

Digital Theatre
Concise Introduction
Leonard Pronko, Emeritus Professor of Theatre at Pomona College, provides an overview of Kabuki – a popular Japanese theatre form known for its stylised drama and use of song and dance. Pronko details the history of Kabuki from the 17th century to the present day and highlights key events, playwrights and actors who have had a significant impact on its development.

Talking About Theatre and Performance: a roundtable with Maddy Costa, Lyn Gardner and Lois Keidan

Digital Theatre
Panel Discussion

Talking About Theatre and Performance: a roundtable with Maddy Costa, Lyn Gardner and Lois Keidan

Digital Theatre
Panel Discussion
Lyn Gardner, one of the UK’s most established and esteemed critics, leads Lois Keidan of the Live Art Development Agency and theatre critic and blogger Maddy Costa in a fascinating discussion about the legacy and future of theatre reviewing.
Zoe Waites

Practical Workshop Guide | A View From the Bridge

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
Zoe Waites

Practical Workshop Guide | A View From the Bridge

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
The aim of this Digital Theatre+ Practical Workshop Guide is to deepen and enrich understanding of the play as a blueprint for performance, encouraging the student to approach the material using the investigative and interpretive methods of the actor, director or voice coach.
Rosemary Candelario

Butoh

Digital Theatre
Concise Introduction
Rosemary Candelario

Butoh

Digital Theatre
Concise Introduction
Rosemary Candelario, Associate Professor of Dance at Texas Woman’s University, introduces the avant-garde, Japanese dance form of butoh. Candelario explores the development of butoh through the work and collaboration of Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno who experimented with aesthetics of darkness, taboo topics and the role of the body in creating meaning in society.
Zoë Cotton

A-Z of Technical Theatre

Digital Theatre
Guide
Zoë Cotton

A-Z of Technical Theatre

Digital Theatre
Guide
This Digital Theatre+ Guide, written by stage manager Zoë Cotton, provides an A-Z list of all the people involved in the technical side of theatre production. From choreographers to lighting designers and wardrobe assistants, this unique resource offers a brief insight into each role and how they contribute to bringing a performance to life.
Katharine Farmer

Last Train to Nibroc

Katharine Farmer
Study Guide
Katharine Farmer

Last Train to Nibroc

Katharine Farmer
Study Guide
This informative study guide, written by Katharine Farmer, director of the Nibroc Trilogy at the Rubicon Theatre Company in California, provides invaluable insight into the history, context and staging of Arlene Hutton’s Last Train to Nibroc.
Samantha Lane

Practical Workshop Guide | A Taste of Honey

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
Samantha Lane

Practical Workshop Guide | A Taste of Honey

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
The aim of this Digital Theatre+ Practical Workshop Guide is to deepen and enrich understanding of the play as a blueprint for performance, encouraging the student to approach the material using the investigative and interpretive methods of the actor, director or voice coach.
Catherine Love

Liveness

Digital Theatre
Concise Introduction
Catherine Love

Liveness

Digital Theatre
Concise Introduction
Catherine Love, freelance arts journalist, theatre critic and researcher at Royal Holloway, University of London, explores the meaning of liveness in theatre and performance. Love examines the complex relationship between the live and the mediatized and highlights how liveness has held particular theoretical importance for makers and critics of live art, especially with regards to the development of technology.
Samantha Lane

Practical Workshop Guide | Blood Brothers

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
Samantha Lane

Practical Workshop Guide | Blood Brothers

Digital Theatre
Practical Guide
The aim of this Digital Theatre+ Practical Workshop Guide is to deepen and enrich understanding of the play as a blueprint for performance, encouraging the student to approach the material using the investigative and interpretive methods of the actor, director or voice coach.