Teachers and Administrators experience the "hands on" and "out of your seat" learning philosophy of Envision Theater. Educational Theater techniques are taught and shared. Teachers will gain skills and confidence in using these new and innovative learning techniques which they can apply to any academic learning goal or curriculum area.
Theater games, improvisation, scene work, choreography and music are the elements which come together in an after school production. Teaching Artists, work with children to mount a fully staged musical or play complete with sets, lights and costumes. (Grades K-12)
an anti bullying program through theater
This program uses hands on, interactive drama activities and creative writing combined with open ended storytelling. Students learn to figure out how to best approach the situations by trying out various solutions and problem solving as a team. Students will work collaboratively to create an original piece of theatre inspired by a “bully based” story shared by each classroom. Students will practice techniques and gain empathy and confidence to stand up for themselves and for their friends in bullying situations. (Grades 1-6)
This residency investigates how theatre practice can enhance core curriculum content. Whether exploring a unit on American Immigration, Shakespeare, Fairy Tales or the Environment, our teaching artists will partner with you to create dynamic learning opportunities for your students. (Grades PreK-12)
This special project is tailored to the curricular vision of a classroom or school. Do you want your students to deepen their understanding of a particular theme or historical event by creating an original play? Or develop their collaborative abilities by creating and performing an original musical? The Ensemble Project focuses on the value of collaboration and the unique contributions every student has to offer. (Grades PreK-12)
This is a unique school-based arts education program that engages parents and families in hands-on, interactive arts education activities with their children. The program seeks to increase parent engagement and involvement in their child's school and in their child’s education, creating shared, high quality arts experiences that align with classroom curriculum. Each Parent/Child Workshop Program is unique and designed in collaboration with school personnel, teaching artists and parents.