Create and Teach Your Own Workshop - Brooklyn Acting Lab
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Create and Teach Your Own Workshop

Create and Teach Your Own Workshop

Brooklyn Acting Lab, a non-profit organization, is currently looking for theatre class proposals from teaching artists and performing artists to produce for their after-school programming (Pre-K through 12th grade) & adult programing. Most workshops will be located in Brooklyn.

If you are interested in teaching any theatre related workshop at Brooklyn Acting Lab please submit a workshop proposal. All submitted workshop proposals will be reviewed with the potential to be produced by Brooklyn Acting Lab. Workshop proposal should include:

  • Proposed name of the class
  • Max number of students for the class
  • Class description
  • Target audience for the class (What kind of actor/person would be taking the class?)
  • A session by session breakdown of each workshop (2-3 sessions)
  • Bullet point list of “After finishing this class, students should able to…”

 

Please send a cover letter/resume and proposal to: meredith@brooklynactinglab.org


 

The mission of Brooklyn Acting Lab is to create innovative theatrical works that reflect our diverse global community and to nurture new talent by providing a comprehensive arts training for children and adults.

Our theater making is driven by the dreams, ideas and inquiries of the youth and adults we work with, process drama. We support learners on their journey of discovery and stimulate their thinking through interdisciplinary arts-practices.

BAL partners with schools and community based organizations to provide arts-in-education programming, performances, and events, collaborating across the performing arts in order to exchange work and ideas with artists nationally and internationally.