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    Hi All, I am the only theater teacher in my high school (it's a small private institution with about 250 kids) and we hire out set/costume/lighting designers when we do shows. I am not a TD. I teach theater, but from a performance angle. For a while ...

  • This might be a good resource - folks are knowledgable. Located in NYC but ship anywhere. ------------------------------ Joan Jubett (she/her) Director of High School Fall Play and Spring Festival of Plays High School Theater ...

  • I sent you an email last week. Let me know if we can help. ------------------------------ Hannah Agee Emmanuel Christian Academy ------------------------------

  • Hi Savannah, This may be a more complex question than you have imagined. Although there may be some workable "off the shelf" solutions, much of this will depend on the theatre space you work in, your budget, and what your perceived needs are.  In all ...

  • Co-authors of the book Bring on the Bard Kevin Long (Associate Professor of Theatre - Harper College, IL) and Mary T. Christel (Retired English Teacher – Adlai E. Stevenson High School) are serving as co-editors of English Journal: Teaching Shakespeare ...

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