Christian drama is based on Christian religious themes. Through the medieval period churches in Europe frequently performed mystery plays, retelling the stories of the Bible. They developed from the representation of Bible stories in churches with accompanying song. As these liturgical plays became more popular, more vernacular or everyday elements were introduced and non-clergy began to participate.
Published by S. French in New York. Written in English. Later, at story time, the teacher shared the picture book classic A Bargain for Frances, by Russell Hoban. Although the conflict in the story is over a broken tea set, the message about fair play was not lost on the children.
As the title suggests, are you aware of drama schools in either the UK or Ireland preferably those which are run by Christians? Fire away if anything comes to mind. I'm asking because someone very close to me is planning on going abroad to one of the aforementioned countries and is interested in taking up an acting career. Thanks for any hints I can't even tell you what Christian run schools here offer a drama program although there may still be much drama occurring outside the program!
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