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Digital Theatre Plus: The world's leading HD performing arts resource

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by donna_howard, Nov 10, 2015.

  1. donna_howard

    donna_howard New commenter

    Digital Theatre Plus is the world’s leading HD performing arts resource. We take great performance and great works of literature and make them available to teachers and students with a smart, clear and intuitive online platform. 

    We offer exclusive access through and beyond the stage door with our rich and innovative content:

    - full-length HD productions from the West End and beyond, clearly chaptered for easy access to key moments
 (including Shakespeares and set texts)
    - expert-written Study Guides providing detailed analysis of text, context and performance
- libraries of Making Theatre interviews with leading industry practitioners providing a unique understanding the theatre-making process

    - practical Teaching Support materials to enrich your delivery of set texts across English, Drama and Performing Arts curricula

    Examination and education bodies
    AQA, OCR, Pearson, ISTA, JISC, and JCS each endorse and support our pioneering work to safeguard and democratise access to an arts education. These collaborative relationships enable us to continue to create new and unique content with clear links to teaching objectives and learning outcomes.

    You can depend on more Theatre, Dance, Opera and Music content every week from cultural pioneers including: The Old Vic; RSC; Shakespeare’s Globe; Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust; Shakespeare Schools Festival; Royal Court; Young Vic, and Frantic Assembly, so there is always something new to explore and feed in to your teaching and learning experience.

    We are accessible online worldwide, on or off-campus, with more than 3,000,000 users in 58 countries. Contact us now to join our global audience.


    Production highlights
    Arthur Miller's The Crucible starring Richard Armitage, William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate, and Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts starring Lesley Manville and Jack Lowden in Olivier Award-winning performances.

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