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
A letter, a playwright, a handbook and a Bible
Drama in Schools; making the argument for its inclusion
An overview and lots of ways forward in these difficult times
Inside My Imagination
An immersive theatre project in a hospice setting
Helen Smith and Louise Pendry
Trust the Process
Report on a TiE project with teachers: The Raft of Medusa
Coombe Boys' Shakespeare Schools Festival journey in 2012
Applying ourselves to the human drama
How documentary theatre helped one school find
BTEC or Not BTEC
Ali Warren wrestles with the problem
The Fire Dragon
a drama of courage and co-operation
- a practical scheme of work for KS1
A Word to the Wise
the journey to becoming a drama teacher
Theatre and book reviews
Get your copy
Wherever you are in the world you can receive a copy of Drama. Published twice a year in January and July; when you subscribe you will receive the current issue.
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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