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Puck’s PlayhouseArts Education Program Plan<br />
Program Description<br />Seattle Stock<br />2 hour workshops on the first Saturday of every month<br />Partnership with th...
Goals<br />College Preparation:<br />Prepare students academically (and other skills- i.e. performance) for higher educati...
Model Programs<br />Curious Theatre Company<br />Curious New Voices:  Curious Theatre Company's award winning playwriting ...
Leadership<br />	As Puck's Playhouse launches, it will be imperative to have a committed and capable leadership team.  Thi...
Theatre<br />School and Community<br />Artists<br />Theatre Professionals<br />Education Coordinator<br />Marketing and Fu...
Planning and Implementation<br />
Teachers<br />To achieve quality instruction, we primarily rely on artists/actors/professionals and general education teac...
Evaluation<br />Goal 1:<br />College Preparation<br />
Evaluation<br />Goal 2:<br />Collaboration<br />
Evaluation<br />Goal 3:<br />Create Community <br />
Evaluation<br />Goal 4:<br />Future Generation of Theatre Professionals<br />
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  1. 1. Puck’s PlayhouseArts Education Program Plan<br />
  2. 2. Program Description<br />Seattle Stock<br />2 hour workshops on the first Saturday of every month<br />Partnership with the University of Washington<br />Promote intergenerational dialogue and professional development<br />Interludes<br />10 week program meeting every Monday<br />Provide experience and training in the arts while integrating curriculum based learning<br />Program in collaboration with local teachers to enhance subjects being focused in on school<br />Summer Intensive<br />4 week long summer intensive<br />Taught by company members, local and national professionals, and program alumni<br />Program strives to educate, promote growth and provide a venue where students can explore their own creativity, regardless of theatrical experience. <br />Hero’s Army<br />Promoting student volunteerism<br />
  3. 3. Goals<br />College Preparation:<br />Prepare students academically (and other skills- i.e. performance) for higher education<br />Collaboration:<br />Create an open and working relationship between the theatre and the schools<br />Create Community:<br />Maintain and enhance community involvement<br />Future Generation of Theatre Professionals:<br />Provide students with exposure to, professional experience with, and knowledge of theatre skills<br /> <br />
  4. 4. Model Programs<br />Curious Theatre Company<br />Curious New Voices: Curious Theatre Company's award winning playwriting program for teens<br />Epic Theatre Ensemble<br />Shakespeare Remix: a demanding three-month process where they read, analyze, interpret/adapt, rehearse and perform a play written by William Shakespeare. <br />The Old Brick Playhouse<br />Acting Up/Apprenticeship Program: provides a safe, structured, after-school opportunity for secondary school students to engage in theatre.<br />
  5. 5. Leadership<br /> As Puck's Playhouse launches, it will be imperative to have a committed and capable leadership team.  This team will be ultimately responsible for the planning, initial implementation, creation of evaluation, and regular program improvements that will keep the project sustainable for the next several years.<br />School Administrator<br />Education Director<br />Local University Representative<br />Theatre Artists and Staff<br />Community Members<br />Local Businesses<br />
  6. 6. Theatre<br />School and Community<br />Artists<br />Theatre Professionals<br />Education Coordinator<br />Marketing and Fundraising<br />Space<br />Equipment and Tools<br />Financial<br />Education and Curricula Plans<br />Teachers<br />Parents<br />Administrative Leaders<br />Financial<br />Resources<br />
  7. 7. Planning and Implementation<br />
  8. 8. Teachers<br />To achieve quality instruction, we primarily rely on artists/actors/professionals and general education teachers from the schools with which we partner.  However, we understand that artists/professionals may not intrinsically be effective teachers, and have provided mechanisms to ensure that our artists and teachers can mutually benefit from each other. <br />All artists/professionals must have:<br />Knowledge/skills/experience in their respective field (technology, performance, costume/makeup, or play writing).<br />Teaching experience or attend a Theatre Benedict facilitated full-day workshop with a certified teacher from one of the schools with which we partner.<br />
  9. 9. Evaluation<br />Goal 1:<br />College Preparation<br />
  10. 10. Evaluation<br />Goal 2:<br />Collaboration<br />
  11. 11. Evaluation<br />Goal 3:<br />Create Community <br />
  12. 12. Evaluation<br />Goal 4:<br />Future Generation of Theatre Professionals<br />

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