We developed our Careers in the Theatreguide, which uses those involved in the creation and development of Ghost The Musicalas primary source material, to introduce students to the wide range of career opportunities in the theatre. Most students think primarily about acting when they consider a career on the stage but there are more than 60 different jobs in the theatre.
Our publication focusing on Careers in the Theatre includes the definition of 60-plus jobs, an explanation of the theatre hierarchy, links to professional resources and video clips of career advice and insights from more than a dozen individuals who worked at creating Ghost The Musical.
You’ll also find biographies of those involved in the process of bringing Ghost The Musical to Broadway and a description of how this musical was brought to the stage over the course of a six-year process.
This free guide may be used without seeing Ghost The Musical, and although it focuses on this particular production, it is useful as a resource for anyone interested in learning more about how the theatre works and how he/she may work in it.
Our groundbreaking study guide focusing on Ghost The Musical has been created in a manner that gives amazing insights into various aspects of the show, including its themes, numerous issues treated within the story and the creative process that went into developing the musical. There are features that no other Broadway study guide has ever before had.
New, Innovative Features:
The study guide is interactive with over 400 links provided to outside sources, original video interviews and other information.
The 170-plus video clips of the original New York cast, the creative team, producers and others, give unique insights into the production and its development.
The extensive Projects section offers three levels of projects that are layered
Most topics are covered in each of three levels
You may do all three levels focusing on a particular topic or choose to have the class work on one or two levels.
Although a Level II project builds upon a Level I and a Level III builds upon a Level II, any project at any level may be done alone.
The manner in which projects conform to and reflect Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects is clearly delineated in each of the Teacher Instruction sheets included in the guide.
This study guide offers sections on issues such as Loss, Grief, Belief and the Paranormal; Bullying and Communication and Relationships and on artistic areas that include the book, lyrics and music; performance style and orchestrations and arrangements. There’s also an entire section devoted to each character in the show.
There are 21 projects focusing on various topics. Each project contains a description of the topic, project and process for students, worksheets and appropriate links to various materials and video interviews and teacher instructions that include Core Standards addressed in a particular project.
The Ghost The Musical Interactive Study Guide fosters learning through communication, creativity and collaboration. There’s no single way to utilize it. You may use it prior to seeing Ghost The Musical to introduce topics, after experiencing the production to investigate different areas in-depth or without ever seeing the show, studying the process and style through written materials and video clips and using audio selections from a CD of the show. In fact many of the exercises may be adapted to the study of other works, such as novels, films, plays or musicals. Be as creative as you would like with this free study guide. It is a great tool to be used in fostering learning.