ND magazine of professional practice
Drama is National Drama's magazine of professional practice. Published twice a year, this hard copy, print publication contains a wealth of features and articles for and by drama teachers and theatre educators in many contexts.
A typical issue will contain a number of articles, sometimes themed. Content tends to be based on practical teaching experiences and projects drawn from across the full spectrum of education. They will often include classroom materials and schemes of work, interviews with leading practitioners and reviews of books and other resources.
Reflections from the Chair
Sense or Séance?
Patrice Baldwin reflects on the latest developments in education
Taking Drama Teaching Outside the Classroom
Holly Barradel brings the latest drama news
Carolyn Booth makes an argument for drama
Our Crop Our Land
Marie Jeanne McNaughton provides a SOW on Global Citizenship
96 Souls: A Survivor's Story
Richard Smith reflects on a SOW when a PGCE drama student
Mortal: A Drama
Elizabeth Lynch describes her collaboration with the Wellcome Collections
Re-imagining Dr Faustus
Ella Macfadyen describes a Unicorn Theatre project
Good Show! You Should Get It Published
Andy Kempe advises on play publication
Susie Ferguson introduces the Royal National Theatre Archive
Beverley Naidoo reveiws Sharon Muiruri's production
Get your copy
Wherever you are in the world you can receive a copy of Drama. Published twice a year in print in January and July; click on the link below to subscribe.
Drama's readership includes primary and secondary drama teachers and theatre educators, advisers for Drama and English and theatre workers. Published twice a year the journal has a long issue-life and is a much used and respected reference source.
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