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Drama Teacher Resource Suggestions

This guide will assist Junior and Senior High School drama teachers in finding great resources to use in the classroom. If you need more help, our librarians welcome any questions you may have regarding your search. Teaching Resources Drama Teacher’s Resource Index (last updated March 2017 – list of titles

Suggestion Form for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources Suggestion Form Resource Name(Required) Website(Required) Description(Required) Community(Required) Image(Required)Max. file size: 256 MB.Main Category(Required)Advocacy GroupArticlesCreative ResourcesDirectoryEducationFundingHealthResearchTools Sub Categories Awards Black Business Directory Cohort Consultation Disability in the arts Freelance Directory Grants Indigenous Initiative Library Mental Health People of Colour Plays Resource Compilation Take Action Terminology Training

Library: World Teacher Day – Oct 5

#FridayReads Looking for new exercises to teach your drama students? Want to incorporate theatre into your Social Studies class? We’ve got you covered! In celebration of World Teacher Day we are highlighting some of the teaching resources we have in the Library. Find resources for elementary school, high school, and everything

Free Online Resources

This page contains external links to resources. The links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. The inclusion of links to particular items is not intended to reflect their importance, nor is it intended as an endorsement by Theatre Alberta of any of the products or

Resources Archives

Got theatre resources? Looking for resources? Add your posting. New resource postings will be listed in Theatre Alberta’s Classifieds. Resources with no or ongoing deadlines will be added to the Resources Archives for reference. Theatre Alberta will endeavor to monitor the Resources Archives to ensure that listings are current and

Searching for One-Acts

This guide will assist you in finding great one-act plays in Theatre Alberta’s library collection. If you need more help, our librarians welcome any questions you may have regarding your search. Our Online Catalogue A great way to start your search is by accessing our online catalogue. To locate one

Educational Theatre Association Publications

Dramatics The library has been subscribing to ‘Dramatics’ magazine published by the Educational Theatre Association for many years. Articles and features written to assist the young adult theatre student make this a good reference publication. ‘Dramatics’ is also a good source of scripts written for performance by young adults. The

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Who Are We Now? Theatre Alberta Essay Series – Suzanne Hermary

FORGING A NEW PATH – Suzanne Hermary The thoughts herein are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the organizations with whom I work. I’m fairly new to the Board of the group I work with, so most observations are coming from the perspective of a community

Alberta Youth Theatre Programs

Alberta has a rich community of schools and programs tailored towards youth and students. If you are looking for classes for yourself or your child, start your search here! Programs are organized by community. If you run theatre classes for youth, and don’t see your organization represented below, please send

Webinars By Request Imagining Anti-Oppressive Theatre Education

Reimagining Anti-Oppressive Theatre Education

REIMAGINING ANTI-OPPRESSIVE THEATRE EDUCATION Date: February 20, 2021Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm MSTPlatform: Zoom PROGRAM OVERVIEW Students of theatre and the performing arts deserve creative learning environments that are anti-oppressive; that are affirming and celebratory of marginalized stories, identities, and experiences; and that critically and actively resist the colonial status quo. This webinar

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Announcement (Alberta): Artstrek 2020 Update

  From Act II Scene IX of Shakespeare in Love, adapted by Lee Hall from Tom Stoppard’s and Marc Norman’s screenplay of the same name:   Marlowe: But how will it end? Will: Happily. Marlowe: But how? Will: I don’t know. It’s a mystery. Theatre Alberta has made the decision

Announcement (Edmonton): Status of Women grant received – Concrete Theatre

Touring schools February & March 2018, reaching up to 22,750 students Edmonton’s Concrete Theatre Society is staging a made-in-Alberta play on sexual consent, thanks to an $80,000 grant from Status of Women. Minister Stephanie McLean announced funding for an original, one-act production called Consent to educate students about gender equality

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