This season, as we celebrate our 15th Birthday, we’re inviting you to enter our work in a whole new way, to gain your insights into the work by sharing our own and asking you to engage with us. In the coming weeks and months all of us in the company and on staff will be… Continue reading A Message from YPT’s Producing Artistic Director and CEO
James Sims of the Huffington Post thinks so! He makes a great argument for it in his recent article. Here's an excerpt. To read the full article click here. With increasing educational budget cuts sweeping the nation, arts education is often one of the first programs to get slashed. Just as Glee was airing on… Continue reading Can Glee Save Arts Education?
Jenn Book Haselswerdt is the Education Coordinator at Imagination Stage. I had intended to interview her for our series about theater educators and what inspires them. Before I could get around to it she posted an amazing piece on her blog testifying to the power of arts education. Why Theatre? by Jenn Book Haselswerdt A new… Continue reading Why Theatre? Jenn Book Haselswerdt Testifies
by David Andrew Snider Recently I talked with a board member from Theatre Communications Group (TCG), of which YPT is a member. The TCG board was reaching out to all its members to find out what’s happening in our organizations and how TCG can better support us. At the end of the conversation came the… Continue reading The Need for Arts Education
by Nicole Jost In my experience working with elementary school students, classroom management is a big challenge. I find myself entering the space with lots of enthusiasm and a desire to engage these young students, only to be derailed when I can't get them to listen to instructions. Unlike classroom teachers, who see their students… Continue reading Tips For Elementary School Teaching Artists