EDUCATION

Making Theater: Using Moment Work in the Classroom

 
For Educators Only
 
Sat, Mar 28, 2015
 
 

A professional development class led by the education director of Tectonic Theater Project.

 
 
 
 
 
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BAM Teacher Professional Development with Tectonic Theater Project

In this professional development class, Matthew Freeman, the director of education at Tectonic Theater Project, offers theater teachers, arts educators, and teaching artists an opportunity to develop a practical understanding of Tectonic’s Moment Work methodology. Over the past 17 years, Moisés Kaufman and Tectonic have developed this wholly unique theater methodology that has led to the creation of some of the most theatrically thrilling work of the past decade, including The Laramie Project (2013 Winter/Spring Season). Educators receive hands-on training in activities that can be used to bring this approach into the classroom—and get to experience Tectonic Theater Project’s latest production, The Tallest Tree in the Forest, at the BAM Harvey Theater.

Tuition includes lunch and ticket to the 2pm performance of The Tallest Tree in the Forest

Application deadline: Mar 20, 2015


Venue: Hillman Studio (BAM Fisher)

Time: 9am—6pm

Fee: $60 per educator

 
 
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