September is a time of transition.
Like you, we have spent the last six months learning, adapting, and growing. And just as we have all grown accustomed to our safe-at-home virtual reality, we are pausing to plan for the school year and reflect on all of the recent change in our community and our world.
Transition can be daunting, but knowledge, courage, and growth makes the change worthwhile. So, whether you’re an artist learning new ways to express your creativity, a student preparing for a year of learning in new environments, or a parent or educator helping their child navigate the changing world, SCT is here to support.
Join us as we embrace transition and welcome growth, and read on to learn more about SCT’s plans for the coming months.
SPOTLIGHT ON: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & ARTS BASED LEARNING
Hear from SCT’s Associate Director of Education, Tiffany Maltos and Arts Based Learning Program Manager, Elizabeth Coen on the impact of community programs and how SCT plans to evolve, as we focus our efforts on our regional communities to continue bringing resources to schools this Fall.
At SCT, we’re constantly asking ourselves how we can build on our mission of providing children of all ages access to professional theatre. Experiencing theatre at a young age has proven to be a strong tool for young people to build their social and emotional skills, unleash their creativity, and learn more about themselves and the world around them. We also know that not every young person has the ability to make a trip to the theatre, so the mission of SCT’s Community Engagement and Arts Based Learning Programs is simple: let’s bring theatre to them.
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