Add Drama to Education
Musical School Plays | Drama Resources | Training
Scripts to Stage have a long history of working with drama in education.We provide script packages to perform with your school or drama group as well as workshops which can visit your school or college. All have been developed specifically with young people in mind by our dedicated team.
Meet the Team
After leaving Coventry University with a BA (Hons) Degree in Drama Steph started her career as an actress, playing major Theatre’s throughout the United Kingdom. Continuing her training Steph qualified as a teacher and has taught Drama in Schools and Colleges throughout England and Wales as well establishing many successful Youth theatre’s.
Steph’s career in the arts continued as an acclaimed Professional theatre Director, Producer and Writer as well as becoming Artistic director of two Theatre’s.
After many years in Education and the Theatre industry Steph is focusing all her knowledge & expertise into ‘Scripts to Stage’ and hopes that the packages will enable schools and youth theatres to produce outstanding professional productions showcasing future talent.
Jayne’s involvement in theatre over the past 15 years has seen her work on Theatre in Education shows, Outdoor Tours, National Theatre Productions, Local Parades and Community Theatre Performances as a Set Designer, Scenic Artist, Props, Puppet Maker and Scenic Carpenter. Her varied career spans from stage classics such as ‘Look Back In Anger’, ‘Mice and Men’, ‘Blue Remembered Hills’ , ‘Macbeth’, and ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ to being involved with the work of many children productions helping bring to life stories including ‘Elmer the Elephant’, ‘ Alice in Wonderland’, ’The Wind in the Willows’ , ‘How to Catch a Star’ and ’The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark’. Jayne has also worked extensively as a facilitator training young people in theatre arts for professional stage productions and is putting all her knowledge to great use working with Scripts to Stage.
Angela holds a BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre Arts and has been performing in professional productions since an early age. She is a qualified dance teacher who also worked for many years as a professional actress.
Angela is an experienced choreographer and has worked with Scripts to Stage on several of their productions including Pack Up Your Troubles, Docks Law, Pinocchio, What the Dickens, Alice in Wonderland and Treasure Island.
She is also a director and her previous works range from education based productions, such as anti bullying shows, to Shakespeare and other more contemporary plays.
Almost all of her career experience has involved work within education. From primary school workshops, youth theatre projects, summer scheme shows to school/theatre collaborations and West End showcases.
Other choreography work includes Little Red Riding Hood Jersey Opera House, Friday Night Variety Night Westcliffe Theatre Clacton-on-Sea, Summer Spectacular Whitby Spa Theatre, Goldilocks and the Three Bears National Tour, The Owl and the Pussycat Bedworth Civic Theatre and A Smile and a Song The Little Theatre Leicester.
Previous directing credits includes, The Snow Queen Lichfield Garrick Theatre, Romeo and Juliet New Zealand Tour, Treasure Island The Dovehouse Theatre Solihull, The Ugly Duckling Civic Theatre Doncaster, Pinocchio National Tour, Macbeth, Blue Remembered Hills and Look Back In Anger all at Sparkenhoe Theatre Leicester.
Victoria started her theatre career at Hull Truck at the age of 14 where her theatre journey began. Victoria completed her degree and then an MA at The University Of Leeds in Theatre Practice. Working as an actress on no.1 tours up and down the country, youth director and writer for various houses such as Theatre Royal York, Hull Truck Youth and Contact Theatre Manchester, Victoria continues to train others in the art of acting. Her approach is through the main masters of acting. Each practitioner is explored in their purest form, allowing students to grasp the unique approach of that particular master. Moreover, she encourages that each student / actor / director / educator find what works for them from each specialist to then develop their own unique approach. However this is better achieved when one knows and has practically explored, with clarity the individual masters…so similar, but so different and yet all are aiming for the same outcome.
Kris began his formal training on piano and violin from an early age and went on to gain his Degree in Popular Music & Recording from Salford University. He started working for Zomba Records in 2001 as a Junior Producer, has since worked for BMG and Universal Publishing Production Music as Senior Producer & Mastering Engineer. Kris is an active composer having written over 15 musical theatre scores and his production tracks have featured in audio visuals including commercials, short films and games.
We also have a bank of professional directors and theatre practitioners that we use on a regular basis. All have a wealth of experience and talent as both professional educators and artists in their own fields.