what our schools PROVIDE

Principal Support

  • Dedicate Program Funding: 2 Teaching Artists; Liaison Teacher Stipend; No Fear Shakespeare Books

  • Commit to build sense of School as Producing Entity

  • Select LAUSD Classroom Teacher & Liaison Teacher

  • Designate Dedicated Workshop/Rehearsal Space Two Days per Week

  • Internet Access

 

Classroom Teacher Support

  • Assist in Selection of Participating Gifted/Talented Students (minimum 15/maximum 20)

  • Incorporate Selected Play into Classroom Curriculum in early Fall

  • Encourage & Facilitate Participating Students 

  • Provide Basic Understanding of Play (plot, characters, themes)

  • Encourage Theater Appreciation           

 

Liaison Teacher Support 

  • Order “No Fear Shakespeare” books in early Fall

  • Obtain Parental Consents for Participating Students

  • Communicate Rules of Commitment/Participation

  • Attend each Workshop Session (January through April)

  • Enforce Student Attendance & Discipline

  • Liaison with School Staff, Parents, & Teaching Artists

  • Administrative Support (eg. copy/distribute program materials, handle snacks) 

 

Custodial Support

  • Rehearsal Space to be cleaned for every Workshop

  • Chairs & Work Tables to be set up 

  • Locked Storage Space for Production Assets

  • Tech/Production Week – Seating & Backdrop Set Up, Various Tasks

 

Parent Community Support

  • Support students’ reading of “No Fear Shakespeare” 

  • Encourage Program Attendance & Participation

  • Support and assist students' in learning/memorizing lines

  • Provide Technical Support when possible (eg. Hair/Makeup)

  • Attend Performances

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