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Performance Based Contemporary Arts Practices. Theatre. Local Resource. In the local Arizona arts community a prominent theatre education program is Live Theatre Workshop in Tucson, Arizona. Started in 1994 by Artistic Director Sabian Trout and Executive Director Kristi Loera

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Performance based contemporary arts practices

Performance Based Contemporary Arts Practices

Theatre


Local resource
Local Resource

  • In the local Arizona arts community a prominent theatre education program is Live Theatre Workshop in Tucson, Arizona.

  • Started in 1994 by Artistic Director Sabian Trout and Executive Director Kristi Loera

  • Live Theatre Workshop is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization.

  • The education program provided by LTW was developed to not only compliment the LTW company but also to teach others the craft that is involved with theatre.

    • There are weekly classes, as well as winter and summer based workshops to teach people of all ages the art of theatre.

    • It serves hundreds of young students annually.

    • The program known as “Destination Drama” is the newest addition to LTW’s theatre education program. It is an outreach program that brings drama instruction to elementary schools to supplement the lack of artistic instruction in public schools.


National resource
National Resource

  • The Lookingglass Theatre was formed in 1988 by a group of college graduates who utilized process-based theatre and very unique theatrical tools.

  • In 1992 Lookingglass theatre opened up its programming to educational and community based departments.

  • The three main visions of the Lookinglass Theatre is to create new work through the Lookinglass Theatre form, stage world premiere's, and promote outreach programming for educational and community based programming.

  • The main production that this theatre company is known for is Lookinglass Alice, which is an avant-garde version of Lewis Carrol’s story about Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.

  • The Lookingglass Theatre Company combines a physical and improvisational rehearsal process centered on ensemble training in theatre, dance, music, and the circus arts. Their goal is to redefine the limits of theatrical experience and to make theatre exhilarating, inspirational, and accessible to all.

  • Each performance is a collaboration between artists, story and audience.

  • Lookingglass uses visual metaphor, gesture and daring theatricality to create transcendent staging.

  • Many of the actors play multiple roles, which showcases their immense amount of versatility.

  • The Mission of the Lookingglass Theatre is to change, charge and empower. Invention Lookingglass seeks to redefine the limits of theatrical experience. The ensemble uses multi-disciplined arts training and an ambition for innovation to invent new ways to develop and tell stories.


International resource
International Resource

  • Shakespeare's Globe was founded by Sam Wanamaker, an American actor and director.

  • The founding year was 1949,when Sam went to London for the first time to find the original Globe.

  • The Globe is an international resource used to explore the work of Shakespeare and the original Globe Playhouse that he wrote for.

  • The Theatre works hard to keep the education and understanding of Shakespeare's work alive.

  • The timeline from when the Globe’s location was founded to when it was finally finished is from 1970-1997.

  • Today the Globe is dedicated to experiencing and understanding Shakespeare’s work in performance internationally.

  • The Globe has three central points:

    • First, the faithful reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre

    • Second, it strives for an international reputation of excellence in performance of Shakespeare's work and other new works.

    • Lastly, the Globe encourages the study of Shakespeare's performance work.


Local graduate program
Local Graduate Program

  • University of Arizona offers a unique course study of professional training mixed with real world theatre experiences.

  • The mission of the school is to provide professional training and an education that students will need in order to have a successful career in the performing arts.

  • Linked to the Arizona Repertory Theatre, the program offers students the opportunity to work in a dynamic, professionally organized theatre company receiving tremendous support from the Tucson community. The quality of their program lies in the success of their many distinguished alumni.

  • The Theatre Program has been a free-standing theatre program since the mid-thirties, one of the oldest in the nation.

  • Today the school provides intensive production and academic training for students preparing for careers in theatre.

  • The Theatre Program is a member of the University/Resident Theatre Association (U/RTA), which serves to integrate academic and professional theatres across the nation. It is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST).


National graduate program
National Graduate Program

  • The drama department at Yale was founded in 1924 by Edward. S Harkness.

  • The goal of this program is to train students to become artistic leaders in drama and musical theater.

  • Students have the ability to train under many influential and significant people within the drama industry.

  • The Mission Statement is: “Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre are committed to rigorous, adventurous, and passionate exploration of our art form. We embrace a global audience. Our highest aim is to train artistic leaders in every theatrical discipline who create bold new works that astonish the mind, challenge the heart, and delight the senses.”

  • Essentially, the Yale School of Drama functions to develop the artistry, craft, and attitudes of its students to prepare them for careers in the professional theatre.

  • The students are required to embody a number of core values as members of this prestigious program including

    • Artistry

    • Professionalism

    • Collaboration

    • Discovery

    • Diversity

    • community


International graduate program
International Graduate Program

  • The Ryan Holloway University of London is the most intensive theatre program in all of London.

  • This school offers a postgraduate membership in a lively academic community to create growth amongst artists.

  • Highlights of the program are extensive drama practice, theory and history in both drama and theatre.

  • The department is known for being a cohesive space for artist to flourish.

  • The Ryan Holloway University of London is known for being the school where Queen Elizabeth studied.


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