I’ve been in the drama education world for quite some time now, and I just figured out the actual difference between drama and theatre. So, to help clarify for anyone else, I thought I’d share the difference between theatre vs. drama.
First of all, theatRE vs. theatER, what’s the difference? Well, truthfully, nothing. The ‘er’ version is preferred with American English whereas the ‘re’ version is the British version. However, you will constantly see people referred to a building or a structure, where the art is performed, as theatER and the art form as theatRE. But, there truly is no … Continue reading
Including Arts in our future scientists and engineer’s programs will allow more creativity and better solutions. Continue reading
I’ve always been a firm believer that drama is critical to our educational process. In this short video, I talk briefly about empathy, creativity, and the power of drama in education.
I am often asked by teachers, when I present to their classes, to give their kids my top two or three tips they should focus on while they rehearse. Although there are so many tips that one could give, it always comes down to the following three for me:
1) PROJECT YOUR VOICE – One of the biggest challenges I find for kids is their ability to project their voices. Some get it confused with yelling. But really, basic projection comes from the diaphragm. Projecting your voice goes for both a larger setting as well as smaller settings. … Continue reading
A few costumes to make The Christmas Carol for Kids play that much easier to perform. Here are the links…
Bed sheet to make Marley’s Ghost – and don’t pay for that sheet, get it free here!
Vests – check with your local Goodwill or thrift store … finding vests with kids sizes is … Continue reading