Stage2School

North Carolina Theatre Brings Professional Workshops Into the Schools and Community

Stage2School Outreach Program brings local and New York actors, technicians, musicians and dancers into the Triangle schools and community through a series of workshops. Each workshop is catered to the needs of the teacher or leader.

All Stage 2 School workshop cirriculums are aligned with North Carolina's Standard Course of Study Competency Goals.

Call 919-855-0015 or email to schedule a workshop in your school today!

Theatre4Change

  • What: Through the use of self-expression enhancing theatre games, exercises centered on creating an open forum for safe and comfortable discussion, student involved role playing, subject matter specific performances and in-character processing, student awareness is heightened and individual change encouraged, in confilict situations.
  • How It Works: Professional actors and a moderator will bring a one-hour, in-class workshop to your school.
  • Target Age Group: 4th through 6th grade students

 

Broadway Connections

  • What: An informal series of discussion sessions with some of the top professionals in musical theatre from New York and around the country
  • How It Works: New York City and Broadway actors, directors, musicians and technicians working with North Carolina Theatre during one of their Broadway productions will come into the schools for a one-hour, in-class workshop to discuss the business of theatre.
  • Target Age Group: High school students

 

Development Stage

  • What: Invaluable, constructive feedback from a North Carolina Theatre professional who viewed your school's production.
  • How It Works: Request a North Carolina Theatre professional to attend your school production. They will view the performance and provide immediate written and verbal feedback
  • Target Age Group: Middle to high school students

 

The Musical's The Thing

  • What: This series accompanies North Carolina Theatre's stage productions and provides an in-depth discussion on the show's themes, ideas and creative aspects.
  • How It Works: After attending a North Carolina Theatre stage production, a North Carolina Theatre professional artist will then discuss and explore themes in the performance in a one-hour, in-class workshop.
  • Target Age Group: Middle to high school students
  • Extras: Study guide and discussion questions included

 

Class Connection

  • What: Dance, acting, vocal or “the business” master class.
  • How It Works: A North Carolina Theatre professional artist will conduct a one-hour workshop or multi-hour residency at your school
  • Target Age Group: Elementary to high school student

 

Page 2 Stage

  • What: Students will develop a deeper understanding of the text they are studying as they act it out under the direction of a North Carolina Theatre professional.
  • How It Works: A North Carolina Theatre professional artist will conduct a one-hour workshop or multi-hour residency at your school
  • Target Age Group: K-12th Grades

 

Pricing

  • All program prices vary, usually requiring only a small stipend. Fees are kept to a minimum due to generous corporate and private support.

 

Thanks to our Generous Sponsors:

Stage 2 School Sponsors

Electric Supply Company
The Fergusson Family
Barry Frank, Eugenia Leggett and Lydia Leggett
A.E. Finley Foundation
General Parts International, Inc.
Harris Family Charitable Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation
The Jordan Family
Banks and Dorothy Kerr Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation
Kerr Cares for Kids Foundation, Inc.
NCT Curtain Callers
George Smedes Poyner Foundation
United Arts Council of Raleigh & Wake County
Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control

All Stage2School programs are directed by Jonathan McCarter, Stage2School Administrator for North Carolina Theatre. Stage2School workshops are led by National, New York and local theatre professionals and musicians whose credits include Broadway, National Tours and regional theatre work.

Call 919-855-0015 or email to schedule a workshop in your school today!

Take the Stage

Discover an inner confidence as you realize your artistic potential. Learn about craftsmanship and collaboration in this unique, inspiring setting. The stage is where life's greatest stories happen. You can help bring them to life, while perhaps writing your own story as an artist and performer..

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