Education programs have become ubiquitous at theaters of all sizes, providing youth with opportunities to express themselves, learn through embodied practice, and make their voices heard through theater. Educational theater, however, faces inequities regarding youth opportunity, especially for BIPOC youth, and still often operates through problematic structures. In this discussion, arts educators and youth will imagine a more equitable and supported world of arts education.
This two-part series starts with an all-youth panel, in order to center youth voices as we imagine the future for programs that impact them. Then arts educators will respond to the questions and ideas raised in the youth panel and discuss how to realize the vision of our young participants and audiences.
(Re)Imagine Theater Panel Series
This series brings artists and community leaders together to envision a new theatrical world. Without constraints, what do we want theater to look like? Join the conversation.
(Re)Imagine Educational Theater Pt 2: Arts Educators
Thursday, November 4 at 5 p.m. PT
(Re)Imagine Arts Criticism
Thursday, June 10 at 5 p.m. PT
(Re)Imagine Parents in Theater
Thursday, May 20 at 5 p.m. PT
(Re)Imagine Accessible Theater
Thursday, December 17
(Re)Imagine Indigenous Theater
Thursday, November 19
(Re)Imagine Civic Theater
Thursday, October 29
(Re)Imagine Black Theater
Thursday, September 24