The Stage interviews Fiona Lindsay, Creative Producer of Digital Theatre Plus

This resource's content is rich in variety and educational value.

Aleks Sierz, The Stage

Digital Theatre Plus' Creative Producer Fiona Lindsay has been interviewed about the resource in the current edition of The Stage. In the double page spread, Fiona speaks about her own experience of learning Shakespeare at school, in which she found the way the plays were taught to be lacking in imagination and excitement.

This spurred her on to join the RSC and develop their education department, and produce high qulity, innovative and in-depth educational content as Creative Producer of Digital Theatre Plus: 

Our driving ambition is to break down the barriers that can prevent young people from having the best possible access to a rich cultural experience and to offer a resource that engages, excites and educates.

Fiona Lindsay, Creative Producer of Digital Theatre Plus

Filmed interviews, written study guides and video workshops to support educators teaching Shakespeare in their classrooms are just some of the unique ways in which Digital Theatre Plus uses digital technology to support learning.

We also enable subscribers to watch all our full-length live productions captured in High Definition and our additional educational content on a variety of devices; iPad and iPhone, as well as online streaming - connecting with young people who are very familiar with accessing their information online:

Digital Theatre Plus is continuing to break down the barrier between many teenagers and top quality theatre, whether that be Shakespeare or Sondheim.

Aleks Sierz, The Stage

To read the full interview with Fiona Lindsay, pick up a copy of The Stage (until Thursday 23 January) or download a PDF now.