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WORKSHOPS & RESIDENCIES

Classroom residencies provide imaginative, differentiated learning experiences for students. Tailored to meet the specific curricular goals of the classroom, residencies enhance literacy, expand creative expression, and cultivate collaboration. George Street Playhouse teaching artists are trained to integrate theatre practice into Social Studies, English Language Arts, and Science classrooms.



Theatre at the Core
This ten-session residency investigates how theatre practice
can enhance core curriculum content. Whether exploring a unit
on the Civil War, Shakespeare, or how human choices impact the
environment, our teaching artists will partner with you to create
dynamic learning opportunities for your students.

Ensemble Project
This special project is tailored to the curricular vision of a classroom or school. Do you
want your students to deepen their understanding of a particular theme or historical
event by creating an original play? Or develop their collaborative abilities by creating
and performing an original musical? The Ensemble Project focuses on the value of
collaboration and the unique contributions every student has to offer. (Grades PreK-12)

RESIDENCY PARTNERS

THEATRE AT THE CORE
Highland Park Middle School
Livingston Elementary School
Lord Stirling Community School
Paul Robeson Community School
Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva
Roosevelt Elementary School
Somerset County Action Program
Whitehouse Preparatory School

ENSEMBLE PROJECT
Academy for the Performing Arts
Civic League of Greater New Brunswick
Garfield High School
Lincoln Elementary School
Matawan Regional High School
New Brunswick Middle School
South Plainfield High School

Key funding for residency programs provided by Bank of America
Charitable Foundation, Merck Company Foundation, PNC Bank
Foundation and TD Charitable Foundation.

For more information, or to begin designing your own classroom residency or workshop, contact Jim Jack, Director of Education 732-846-2895, extension 114 or email jjack@georgestplayhouse.org

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