Our friends at @cantsitstilltheatre who bought you the “tail-waggingly good” show ‘Oh No, George!’ are back. Their brand new digital adventure adapted from the Oh No, George! picture book by multi-award winning author and illustrator Chris Haughton (@abitlost)! 🤩
In this digital production - ‘What Will George Do?’ - each time George faces a dilemma, you, the audience decides what happens next by selecting an option on your device, and seeing where your decision leads George. 🐶
What Will George Do? uses acrobatics, music, integrated sign language and animation to bring George’s chaotic and joyful escapades to life through 5 short choice driven episodes which can be enjoyed watched one after the other or as standalone stories.
📔✍️The 'first' mention of theatre performed by or for children is seen in a 1784 entry in Madame de Genlis's Memoirs, in which she describes a performance by her 2 daughters (posing as very serious actors👆) to the Duke of Chartres.
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Teaching through textbooks is OLD SCHOOL. Who agrees? It's a great point for research, but we think kids need research-in-practice.
We sit on interview/ audition panels all the time. In the contemporary 🌏 it's becoming less about grades alone. #theatre #teach #perform #kids #inspire #textbook #proactive #learn #learning #primaryschools #teacher #theater #love #like #enjoy #participate #action ... See MoreSee Less
We’re offering FREE exclusive theatre to Ukrainian refugee children and families - please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the access code. It’s not enough but the least we can do during this time. Remembering acceptance without exception.
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We spoke with teachers today who told us their drama budget for a GOOD year is £125 - £250. We're committing to building strategies for Primary Schools nationwide to get the theatre they deserve, where there's a will there's a way! What's your experience? ... See MoreSee Less
We hear (a lot) ‘theatre for kids’ means they act it in, right? Youth Theatre is usually the term for opps for kids to act onstage/ learn performance skills. Children’s theatre, family theatre or theatre for young audiences is created by pro theatre-makers.
Children's Theatre Digital aims to give every school access to a theatre curriculum to propel learning across the board at your school.
'CTD For Teachers' is designed specifically for Primary and Elementary level teachers to connect with children's theatre makers across the world.
Teach with theatre, find the theatre in your subject, bring your subject to life... theatre isn't just for drama classes or after school club.
Are you a teacher? You can connect directly with theatre-makers here, ask questions, post call-outs for wanted drama workshops, live and digital shows related to your subject. Are you a theatre-maker (for young audiences)? Keep teachers and schools updated with what you have available for them here.