Study guides for plays & musicalsRead expert-written study guides about shows and access thousands of detailed character breakdowns. No more blank stares from students or forcing them to sort through an overwhelming number of online search results.
Monologues, songs, & scenesDiscover hundreds of monologues, songs, and scenes. View context, analyses, and video examples. See suggested audition materials for individual characters.
Keyword search & bookmarkingUse keywords to research theatrical materials by themes, historical events, and character features. Keyword results help students discover relationships between theatrical materials and are great for cross-curricular projects.
Resource library with articles & templatesLearn from experts about theatrical makeup, tech areas, and audition etiquette. Download templates to correctly format acting resumes, create audition books, and more.
Quizzes & gamesEnsure knowledge comprehension with hundreds of fun, self-paced quizzes that earn students points and virtual badges.
Class management & reportsTeachers can view and download reports to show class and individual student progress toward learning objectives. Set monthly quiz point goals to help keep students motivated.
Audition noticesView audition notices from community and professional theatre companies around the country. Expose students to real life opportunities to work in the theatre.
AccessibilityProvide each student with his or her own StageAgent account. Students can access StageAgent materials at any time, both in and out of the classroom. StageAgent works beautifully on any internet-connected device including computers, tablets and smartphones.
FlexibleSet content filters, post announcements, and create custom quizzes. Optimize StageAgent for use with students of various age levels and experience.
Lesson plansEnjoy access to lesson plans aligned to National and State Standards. Plans include detailed instructions, learning objectives, preparation guidance, and printable handouts.
Privacy protectionsAll accounts are managed by teachers who can then grant students access to materials. Students are not required to submit any personally identifiable information.