Founded in 2009, Digital Theatre+ provides powerful ways to connect English Language Arts (ELA) and Theatre students with dramatic texts, poetry and performance. Today, Digital Theatre+ delivers engaging learning experiences for ELA and Theatre to students and educators in over 3,000 schools, colleges, and universities in 90+ countries.
Our education team oversees all of the content that is created at Digital Theatre+, from exclusive video resources and interviews to detailed study guides, essays and lesson plans. With backgrounds in education, publishing and theatre, their knowledge and expertise are the guiding force behind everything that Digital Theatre+ produces. We also work with 150 educators from around the world, drawing on their unique perspectives to advise and aid us in content creation and acquisition, site development, partnerships, projects, ethics and aesthetics, ensuring that schools and universities receive the best quality resources.
We collaborate with over 50 leading theatre companies, educational organisations and arts collectives worldwide to bring you the highest quality productions and teaching resources. On our platform, you and your students can access work from the Royal Shakespeare Company, the BBC, Frantic Assembly, BroadwayHD, the Lincoln Center Theater, the Old Vic, the Lyric Hammersmith, the Young Vic, the Stratford Festival, Complicité, Shakespeare's Globe, Gecko Theatre, the Donmar Warehouse, L.A. Theatre Works, the Liverpool Everyman, the Royal Opera House, the Almeida Theatre, the English Touring Theatre, the English National Ballet, and many more.
Access a range of short, accessible e-learning videos and written resources to strengthen student understanding of a text or skill for ELA or Theatre.
Each bite-sized video includes on-screen text highlighting key points and quotations, engaging excerpts from productions and interviews to support learning, plus interactive knowledge-checking questions.
Accompanying study guides for English or Teacher Notes and Student Workbooks for Theatre include a range of activities to consolidate learning, breaking down key areas with summaries, quotations, and key word glossaries.
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