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Neelands Knows His Stuff! (book recommendation)

Structuring Drama Work by Professor Jonathan Neelands (April 26, 1990 (1994 revised) Cambridge...
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Drama Tutoring Is Not Just Drama Tutoring

I remember when I was going through school and preparing myself for my GCSE's and A-Levels, my...
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How to Succeed in GCSE Drama

When you begin GCSE Drama, spend a lot of time listening. Listen carefully to your teacher when...
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Approaches to character and performance

In 2012, Kneehigh Theatre Company did a production of ‘Steptoe and Son’ based on the British...

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GCSE Drama Articles

  • Neelands Knows His Stuff! (book recommendation) Editor's Pick

    Kate Roberts GCSE Drama Tutor (Chester) Picture Structuring Drama Work by Professor Jonathan Neelands (April 26, 1990 (1994 revised) Cambridge University Press) is a valuable resource for all ages of Drama students and teachers alike. Packed full of dramatic conventions and how they work, we can find out how they can be put into action in...
  • Approaches to character and performance

    Kirsty Woodward GCSE Drama Tutor (Bromley) Picture In 2012, Kneehigh Theatre Company did a production of ‘Steptoe and Son’ based on the British sitcom from the 1960s. It tells the story of a father-and-son who work in a junkyard on Oil Drum Lane. In the stage adaptation, two actors played Albert and Harold and I played all of the female...
  • Drama Tutoring Is Not Just Drama Tutoring

    James Ball GCSE Drama Tutor (North West London) Picture I remember when I was going through school and preparing myself for my GCSE's and A-Levels, my mum always asked me if I wanted a personal tutor. It had never occurred to me that I could have some one-to-one help outside of school to help boost my grades.  Regardless, I wasn't keen on the idea...

 

  • Blood Brothers Recommendation

    GCSE Drama Tutor (Leeds) Picture For any students who want to learn about Willy Russel's 'Blood Brothers', this site is a great place to start: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/english_literature/dramabloodbrothers/
  • Respect for Acting

    GCSE Drama Tutor (North London) Picture I would recommend the book, Uta Hagen's "Respect for Acting" - this book has changed my life, my thoughts and views as a performer and artist - it will also do the same for you.
  • Why Do We Need Drama in Education today? Editor's Pick

    GCSE Drama Tutor (Milton Keynes) Picture You’re up, you’re lively, and you’re interacting and creating – THAT is a drama student!! Drama is a subject that allows you to be who you want to be, and act the way you want to. There are very few rules, and no right or wrong answers. There are no limits to how, who, or what you want to be....