Enrollment is open for the 18th Annual NYC Student Shakespeare Festival.
Each participating class receives 15 hours of teacher professional development in student-centered Devising and Directing Shakespeare workshops; 3 classroom visits by CAT Shakespeare Festival teaching artists; and participation in the Festival at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, one of New York's premiere Off-Broadway playhouses, in early April.
CAT Summer Workshops
CAT’s summer workshops for educators, youth workers, and teaching artists conclude with Drama for Youth Financial Literacy on August 3 and Drama as Antidote for Youth Violence on August 5. These one-day interactive learning experiences provide a unique grounding in CAT’s proven learner-centered strategies. For information and registration, click here.
UAE Students Are Here!
For the second consecutive summer, CAT is hosting 12 aspiring young professional women from the United Arab Emirates for a whirlwind, two-week living and learning experience.
MA Students to Rwanda
On July 14, Chris Vine, Helen White, and a corps of students in the SPS/CAT MA in Applied Theatre departed for Rwanda to begin implementing a pilot program called “Drama and Theatre Education in Schools for Reconciliation and Development in Rwanda.” They will be blogging – click here to see what they are up to.