MEET THE TEACHERS
Teacher to Teacher
If you are a teacher that has an interest in incorporating the arts into your classroom, we want to hear from you! Join Bonnie Kole, on set teacher in the NYC Theatre community, in a discussion about arts in education, STEM to STEAM, and your experiences in the classroom. Click the button below to read Bonnie’s thoughts and respond in the comments section. We look forward to hearing from you!
For a Class on Journalism
Retta Blaney, writer, producer and teacher, shares her theater experiences in a Q&A with StageNotes.net. In her book Working on the Inside: The Spiritual Life Through the Eyes of Actors, Blaney explores what keeps actors going after periods of rejection and unemployment. In this post, Blaney suggests how to use her book in a Psychology, Social Studies, and English lesson.
SHOWS FOR YOUR SCHOOL
Bonnie & Clyde
Are you teaching about the 1930s in your History, Social Studies, or Language Arts classes? Use the musical Bonnie and Clyde to talk about these two historic figures from the Depression era. Also, check out our Q&A with the musical’s composer, Frank Wildhorn. We suggest performing this musical with your High School because of its educational and entertaining content.