Education

 

Theatre for all

Project Classics

Now in its 10th year, Project Classics is CTH’s core educational program, which provides in-school residencies, after-school workshops, and a six-week summer Shakespeare intensive for students in underserved communities.

Our Harlem Teen Shakespeare Intensive is a FREE 6-week course where participants (ages 12-18) dive into a fun, fierce, and fearless exploration of Shakespeare, his work, language, and relevance. Built by The Dream Center and The Classical Theatre of Harlem, this program works in tandem with CTH’s main stage production. Participants will create their own 10-Minute “Green Show” for friends and family!

Now in its 10th year, Project Classics is CTH’s core educational program, which provides in-school residencies, after-school workshops, and a six-week summer Shakespeare intensive for students in underserved communities.

Our Harlem Teen Shakespeare Intensive is a FREE 6-week course where participants (ages 12-18) dive into a fun, fierce, and fearless exploration of Shakespeare, his work, language, and relevance. Built by The Dream Center and The Classical Theatre of Harlem, this program works in tandem with CTH’s main stage production. Participants will create their own 10-Minute “Green Show” for friends and family!

Lincoln Center Education

Now in its 10th year, Project Classics is CTH’s core educational program, which provides in-school residencies, after-school workshops, and a six-week summer Shakespeare intensive for students in underserved communities.

Our Harlem Teen Shakespeare Intensive is a FREE 6-week course where participants (ages 12-18) dive into a fun, fierce, and fearless exploration of Shakespeare, his work, language, and relevance. Built by The Dream Center and The Classical Theatre of Harlem, this program works in tandem with CTH’s main stage production. Participants will create their own 10-Minute “Green Show” for friends and family!

Columbia Collaboration

Launched in 2019, our Columbia University School of the Arts collaboration facilitates classical theatrical workshops and programming for underserved middle and high school students from 22 NYC schools. Workshops are taught by third year students of Columbia’s MFA Acting Program and culminate in a run of performances specifically adapted and designed for young audiences.

Additionally, CTH acquire Actors Equity Association membership for the MFA students, creating a pipeline through which they graduate primed for success.

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