Top Websites

ABC Arts Online
The latest news, reviews, and features for films, books, music, festivals, digital arts, design, architecture, built environment, regional arts and more.

Arts Queensland
Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts, is the Queensland Government body dedicated to building a strong arts and cultural sector.

AussieTheatre.com
AussieTheatre.com is an interactive theatre and arts website servicing the Australian performing arts community and theatre going public.

Ausstage
A research facility for investigating live performance in Australia.

Australian Stage
News and views relating to the performing arts in Australia.

Brisbane City Life – Brisbane Theatres
Includes links to theatre companies in the Brisbane area.

Drama: Plays
The scripts from plays, organized by historical period.

Internet Broadway Database
IBDB (Internet Broadway Database) archive is the official database for Broadway theatre information. IBDB provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.

Justin’s Drama and Theatre Links
Over 5,000 links to practitioners, genres, and styles, history, stagecraft, education, industry, scripts.

Literary Resources — Theatre and Drama
This set of pages is a collection of links to sites on the Internet dealing especially with theatre and drama, excluding most single electronic texts.

Qld Government- Arts, culture and heritage
The site provides links to Queensland performing arts organisations.

Simply Scripts
Links to classic and contemporary plays.

Theatre History on the Web
A resource for theatre historians and students. Includes historical periods e.g. Elizabethan and links to theatre resources, technical design, organisations and general History resources.

Shakespeare
Free Shakespeare Plays
The Free Shakespeare project makes available the best plays of William Shakespeare in easy-to-read HTML format, scene by scene.

Open Source Shakespeare
Open Source Shakespeare attempts to be the best free Web site containing Shakespeare’s complete works. It is intended for scholars, thespians, and Shakespeare lovers of every kind.

PlayShakespeare.com
PlayShakespeare.com is the only place to find Shakespeare’s text with proper indentation, which preserves the meter.

Shakespeare Online
In-depth and accurate Shakespeare information, including free play analysis.

Shakespeare Resource Center
You’ll find here collected links from all over the World Wide Web to help you find information on William Shakespeare. There are millions of pages that reference Shakespeare on the Internet. This site aims to make it a little easier to find your sources.

Utah Shakespearean Festival: Educational Resources
The Utah Shakespearean Festival is the place to turn when you need information about Shakespeare and other theatre people, places, and events. The educational resources area has just been updated and includes over 400 articles on most of Shakespeare’s plays.

Ultimate Shakespeare Resource Guide
If you’re conducting a study or compiling a paper about anything Shakespeare-related, these sites will provide a wealth of useful information. Here you’ll find digitised versions of his works along with articles, essays, and other scholarly texts to help you explore and analyse the many writings of William Shakespeare.

Playwrights
eOneill.com
Complete online plays and reference materials by and about O’Neill.

Perseus Collection – The Works of Christopher Marlowe
Included here are all of Marlowe’s plays.

 

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Teacher Resources

Australian Circus & Physical Theatre Association
The Australian Circus & Physical Theatre Association (ACAPTA) exists to support the on-going development of the Australian contemporary circus & physical theatre sector.

Australasian Association for Theatre Drama and Performance Studies
ADSA is the peak academic association promoting the study of drama in any performing medium throughout the region.

Curriculum Support article archive: drama
Drama teacher Sonya Mason has developed and collated practical exercises to introduce movement as an element of drama in her classes at Orange High School.

Drama Australia
DRAMA AUSTRALIA represents drama teachers, academics, applied theatre workers and theatre in education practitioners at national arts and curriculum forums and in national and international peak associations.

Drama Resource
Teachers, drama practitioners, and directors will find a wealth of resources on this site, including tried and tested drama games and drama strategies.

Drama Teacher’s Network
Lesson Ideas and Web Tools for the Drama classroom.

The Drama Teacher
The Drama Teacher is a blog created and maintained by Justin Cash and is packed with resources for drama and theatre teachers at all levels of education.

40 Classic Drama Games Every Drama Teacher Should Know
A list of 40 of the most traditional theatre games played around the world.