TheatreWorks Education serves more than 14,000 Bay Area students each year with school residencies, student matinees, and community programs.
As in-person programming begins to return, we pledge to continue offering online opportunities for the students and the communities we serve. It’s great to have options, and we can’t wait to come back to your school, or see you online!
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Teachers and students, don’t miss your chance to join TheatreWorks’ Director of Community Partnerships, Jeffrey Lo, as he interviews Davied Morales, lead actor and lyricist of A Kids Play About Racism.
To learn more about this 30-minute educational video, our talkbacks, and to sign up for a free link to view or participate, please CLICK HERE.
A Kids Play About Racism is brought to you in conjunction with Seattle Children’s Theatre, Bay Area Children’s Theatre, and Alliance Theatre. It is recommended for ages 5 and up.
This series provides high school students the opportunity to interview professional artists in their areas of interest. Whether that be acting, singing, dancing, directing, scenic or costume design, props building, or other areas of artistic and technical theatre, Opening the Curtain gives students one-on-one direct access to converse with professionals about their careers, passions, and unique journeys through the arts. For more information, or to sign up for your chance to interview a professional in your chosen field, please CLICK HERE.
Due to the pandemic and in flux recommendations by the CDC and California government, TheatreWorks is currently in the process of developing a summer curriculum for our students and local communities. Please watch this space for continued updates as we put together something special, just for you!
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