Handbook of Games
, Chicago, H.T. Fitzsimmons Co., 1945. List of games which can be used to stimulate and develop senses.
Bureck, A.S., edited,
One Hundred Plays for Children
, plays, Inc. Boston, 1966. One hundred non-royalty plays on a variety of subjects including history—language.
Cohen, Lorraine, edited,
Scenes for Young Actors
, Avon Books, New York, New York 10019, 1973. Several scenes from a variety of well known plays that students may discuss or re-inact.
Fundamentals of Play Directing
, Rinehart and Company, Inc., New York, 1941. A solid foundation of play directing and producing.
Producing the Play
, Dryden Press, New York, New York, 1938. Excellent resources for anyone. Covers all aspects of theatre including a section on scenecraft.
Spotlight on Literature
, Collection 5 & 6, Random House, New York, 1930. Excellent student anthology includes plays and stories by such authors as Poe, Hawthorne, Shakespeare written at a lower level.
Hagen, Uta with Haskel,
Respect for Acting
, Frankel MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1973. Excerpts from actual classroom lessons. Exercises which can be incorporated into unit.
Hodgson, John, Richards, Ernest,
, Grove Press, Inc., New York, New York 10014, 1979. Foreword is interesting as regards education. Several exercises and awareness activities prior to lead into improvisation.
Kozelka, Paul, edited,
Fifteen American One-Act Plays
, Washington Square Press, New York, 1965. Variety of one-act plays including Trifles, Sorry Wrong Number, Red Carnations.
Lease, Ruth, Siks, Geraldine,
Creative Dramatics in Home, School and
, Harper & Brothers, New York, 1952. Gives concrete suggestions for establishing and structuring theatre in the home, school and community.