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Answer your questions about how to organize, recruit, and work with older actors, choose appropriate material, make technical decisions, locate a space, attract audiences, generate funds, and more.
This comprehensive and illustrated source book of performing groups, professionals and resources brings all of senior theatre into one volume. Discover performing groups, professionals as well as scripts, books, articles, and ideas to create theatre magic with older performers.
Whether you teach Senior Theatre in the community or are guiding the next generation of college students studying how to do Senior Theatre, this TipSheet is for you.
Use this TipSheet to explore the many names being used for Senior Theatres. Then evaluate which ones work for you.
Use this step-by-step guide to help you get started. It includes ideas about how to find a sponsor, how to locate a director and to select the form of Senior Theatre that fits your mission
Bonnie’s pioneering book forms the basis for the modern senior theatre movement. It’s a handbook and practical guide to creating a senior theatre program. The book guides the reader through creating a program, selecting materials, and creating a performance.
Drama comes alive in this practical guide. With step-by-step instructions, directing creative drama, improvisation and basic acting becomes easy. Includes 50 activities to stimulate senses, awaken imagination, encourage interaction and stimulate verbal communication. Our favorite 'How-to' book!
Barrier-Free Theatre is a useful book, filled with nuts-and-bolts, hands-on, comprehensive guide for making drama accessible to people of all ages. Written for drama teachers and directors, recreation leaders, therapists, and other group leaders, this book explains in simple, non-technical language how to make accommodations for successful participation in creative drama, improvisation, puppetry, traditional plays, and new plays.