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Scott Graham

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Scott Graham


Artistic Director and Theatremaker   |   Scott Graham

Sam Cox (Billy) Edward Bennett (William) and Leanne Rowe (Margaret) in Frantic Assembly's Lovesong © Johan Persson

Scott Graham is Artistic Director and co-founder of innovative physical theatre company Frantic Assembly.

With productions such as Things I Know To Be True taught broadly across secondary school Drama and Theatre curriculums, and with the company’s work seen as fundamental to any undergraduate Physical Theatre course, you can access a range of resources, including exclusive interviews and insights.

  • 2Productions
  • 4Video resources
  • 1Written resource

Discover resources to help you teach the works of Scott Graham and Frantic Assembly, including captivating productions and exclusive practitioner interviews. 

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Explore a selection of popular resources to help you teach the works of Scott Graham and Frantic Assembly.

An Interview with Scott Graham

Give your students insights into creating performance as Scott Graham discusses the collaborative process of working with writer Andrew Bovell on Things I Know To Be True.

Production: Lovesong

A delicate mix of storytelling and physical theatre, Lovesong 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 this story.

A Frantic Assembly Warm Up

Discover exclusive exercises from company Frantic Assembly, complete with detailed aims and instructions to implement in your classroom.

An Introduction to Physical Theatre

Give students a masterclass in physical theatre, as Scott Graham describes the typical elements and intentions that make up a Frantic Assembly warm-up.

DT+ Playlist: Physical Theatre

From movement to devising, this playlist is designed to inspire, support and enhance your teaching of physical theatre with a series of resources.

An Introduction to Frantic Assembly

Featuring processes, techniques, and the history of the company, this guide is your students’ ultimate introduction to the work of Frantic Assembly.

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