A significant number of young people today, when they enter the workforce, will never have been exposed to the valuable skills that come with arts education and specifically the theater experience — thinking on one’s feet; effectively communicating; practicing and rehearsing; writing; and collaborating as a team. This is a missed opportunity. According to the President’s Committee on the Arts & Humanities, in its groundbreaking report “Reinvesting in Arts Education,” arts education is a particularly powerful tool in reaching students who are otherwise turned off by standard school subjects. —Bruce E. Whitacre: Theater Education Programs Are in Demand for Workforce Creativity (HuffPo).
Wearing A Mask Is A Sign Of Mutual Respect During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Angry 10yo Edits the Paper Heart She Gave Her Mother
Interpretation and Intellectual Inquiry: A Charge To Keep
Sherlock Holmes and The Woman (daughter and I rehearsing for a live recording Friday after...
What would holidays be without Dickens' beloved 'Christmas Carol?'
The Case for Banning Laptops in the Classroom