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Resources include introductions to each production for teachers, rehearsal diaries, production insights and scene-by-scene plot summaries with timecodes for the films. Short films and audio recordings including contextual information for the productions and interviews with actors and creatives are also available to subscribers.
Teacher packs include activities for students, notes from the rehearsal room and short summaries of the productions.
Comprehensive lesson plans, class activities and background information to support the Trilogy, as well as an individual packs of resources for each play that explore plot, character, themes, language and stagecraft.
Study Guides include a synopsis, list of characters, and a range of activities for students.
Available as part of the Critical Studies & Performance Practice collection, Physical Actor Training - an online A-Z establishes a foundation for physical training exercises through over 60 dynamic videos. Learn more about the project and explore further reading as recommended by its creators.
The Power of Persuasion is a package of PHSE resources for secondary schools which uses the world and characters from Tamasha’s hit 2019 production Does My Bomb Look Big In This? by Nyla Levy to explore the subject of internet safety.