Bringing theatre to your classroom for over 25 years: popular adaptations and original drama
Each play within the Oxford Playscripts series has been chosen to work well within a KS3/11-14 classroom or drama studio, and are ideal ways to introduce students to thought-provoking, challenging and accessible, classic and modern plays.
The series has recently expanded to include four iconic Arthur Miller plays, suitable for GCSE/14-16 and AS/A Level. Click to find out more.
Set in Brooklyn, family secrets are unearthed, loyalties are challenged as Eddie Carbone is forced to play his part in the tragic finale.
Set following the end of World War Two, this play explores themes of guilt, loss and blame as a family comes to terms with the death of their son and brother.
Exploring the disintegration of Willy Loman's mind, Arthur Miller's dramatisation of the failure of the American Dream is as relevant today as when first published in 1949.
Set during the Salem Witch trials of 1692, The Crucible exposes the tensions caused by gossip and rumour within a tight-knit community.
In partnership with the National Theatre, these playscripts bring all aspects of the theatre alive in the classroom.
These playscripts help students to establish a deeper understanding of Shakespeare's work
A wide-range of classic and contemporary fiction for your students
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