For Young Audiences
Students can get their theatre fix with access to cheap tickets and programs designed for the emerging playwright and actor in you.
Learn all the ways you can encourage the budding thespian in your classroom. (And you too.)
Meet our new Education Director!
Arlene Martínez-Vázquez moved to Seattle in 2009 where she has worked as a Teaching Artist with institutions such as: Seattle Public Theatre, Stone Soup Theatre, eSe Teatro, St. Matthew School, Lakeside School, Seattle Children’s Theatre and Seattle Repertory Theatre. She joined Stone Soup Theatre as Education Director in 2010. During her tenure at Stone Soup, she doubled the amount of schools reached, created a professional development program for teachers and developed an internship program to recruit, train and retain new teachers.
Also a director, Martínez-Vázquez has a passion for masks, puppetry and Latin American theatre. During her time with eSe Teatro, she brought her bilingual staged reading of Passport to first generation immigrants and ELL students. Most recently, thanks to a generous grant from the Seattle Foundation’s Neighbor to Neighbor program, she was able to bring her latest production: The Passion as Told by Antígona Pérez to 700 students (52% of which are of Latino descent at Evergreen Campus in White Center). Evergreen Campus has also enlisted her company Thriving Artists to develop an after-school drama class for the school – the first in nearly a decade.