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How to Run Great Drama Workshops and Set Up Your Own Theatre Group by Marilyn Reid

How to Run Great Drama Workshops and Set Up Your Own Theatre Group


How to Run Great Drama Workshops and Set Up Your Own Theatre Group by Marilyn Reid

Want to Sing? Dance? Act? Write? Provide great workshops for drama, dance and movement, acting, pupils or teachers? This book is for you! Offering people, whatever their age, the chance to participate, perform, and have fun whilst learning about theatre arts, helps to enhance their social, intellectual, personal and physical development. This book has been created to enable and encourage those providing opportunities within theatre arts to continue with that development by providing helpful techniques that stimulate ideas, and tips to help those setting up groups about funding, finding space etc. Also provides insight into the roles of the Production Team members.

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Publication date

22nd May 2007


Marilyn Reid

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108 pages


Dance & other performing arts



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