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Theatre for Young Audiences

This salon is led by TCG’s Diversity & Inclusion Online Curator Jacqueline E. Lawton, and features interviews with and essays from theatre people working within the Theatre for Young Audiences. To participate in this or any other TCG Circle salon, please email Gus Schulenburg.) JACQUELINE LAWTON: First, tell me about the work you do as a theatre [...]

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(This post is a part of the Diversity & Inclusion blog salon led by Online Curator Jacqueline E. Lawton. Check out further Diversity & Inclusion interviews on Jacqueline’s blog. If you are interested in participating in this or any other Circle blog salon, email Gus Schulenburg.) JACQUELINE LAWTON: First, tell me about the work you do as a theatre artist or [...]

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Writing Plays for Young Audiences

by Gabriel Jason Dean August 27, 2014 Diversity & Inclusion
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(This post is a part of the Diversity & Inclusion blog salon led by Online Curator Jacqueline E. Lawton. Check out further Diversity & Inclusion interviews on Jacqueline’s blog. If you are interested in participating in this or any other Circle blog salon, email Gus Schulenburg.) Diversity and Inclusion Blog Salon: Theatre for Young Audiences JACQUELINE LAWTON: First, tell me about the [...]

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Notes from the Playing Field: On Diversity, Identity, and Mosaics

by Kim Peter Kovac July 22, 2014 Diversity & Inclusion
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(This post is a part of the Diversity & Inclusion blog salon led by Online Curator Jacqueline E. Lawton. Check out further Diversity & Inclusion interviews on Jacqueline’s blog. If you are interested in participating in this or any other Circle blog salon, email Gus Schulenburg.) Diversity and Inclusion Blog Salon: Theatre for Young Audiences The deep darkness of a very early [...]

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Imagination is seeing things differently

by Michael J Bobbitt July 14, 2014 Diversity & Inclusion
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(This post is a part of the Diversity & Inclusion blog salon led by Online Curator Jacqueline E. Lawton. Check out further Diversity & Inclusion interviews on Jacqueline’s blog. If you are interested in participating in this or any other Circle blog salon, email Gus Schulenburg.) Diversity and Inclusion Blog Salon: Theatre for Young Audiences JACQUELINE LAWTON: First, tell me about the [...]

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The Lorax and Deepwater Horizon

by Southern Rep May 12, 2011 MetLife/TCG A-ha! Think It Do It
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(This posts were originally posted on Think It, Do It, Blog It as part of  The MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program. We’re cross-posting on the Circle to better highlight the work of our grantees.) By Gamal Chasten, Education Director & Marieke Gaboury, Managing Director It has been a great month of developing ideas and writing with the class. After [...]

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Observations and Goals for Year 2

by Northlight Theatre April 28, 2011 MetLife/TCG A-ha! Think It Do It
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(This post was originally posted on Think It, Do It, Blog It as part of  The MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program. We’re cross-posting on the Circle to better highlight the work of our grantees.) By Devon de Mayo As we reflect on and assess the first year of the after-school Northlight On Campus program, we look back at the [...]

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Two topics from Northlight: Attendance & Flip Cams

by Northlight Theatre December 29, 2010 MetLife/TCG A-ha! Think It Do It
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(This post was originally posted on Think It, Do It, Blog It as part of  The MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program. We’re cross-posting on the Circle to better highlight the work of our grantees.) Attendance for non-audition-based after-school programs is tough to control. We did ask the students (and their parents) to sign a contract that laid out [...]

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Baby Dreams

by Rob Weinert-Kendt November 22, 2010 Theatre for Young Audiences
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(Photo by: Rob Weinert-Kendt. Pictured: Oliver Weinert-Kendt) Last fall, I attended a “Scottish festival” at the New Victory Theater in New York City, and was intrigued in particular by a piece I saw there, Andy Manley’s My House, which was created for very, very young audiences—as young as one-year-old, in fact. As a new father [...]

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