Spring 2022 Virtual Resources
Enjoy virtual resources from the Education and Community Partnerships Department from your phone or computer!
Spring 2022 Virtual Resources
Center Theatre Group is a place where artists, audiences, community members, and students and educators connect through the power of storytelling. Connect today through our virtual resources!
Our programs support artists at all points in their careers, engage audiences before and after the show, encourage our community to make theatre a part of their everyday lives, and inspire the next generation of theatregoers, artists, and artisans.
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A free, hybrid event for arts-interested high school teens, parents, and educators
In-Person: Saturday, March 19, 2022, 10am–2pm PST
Virtual: Sunday, March 20, 2022, 10am–3pm PST
Designed for current college and graduate students, early-career individuals, and college, university and trade tech educators.
In-Person: Saturday, April 16, 2022, 10am-2pm PST
Virtual: Saturday, April 23, 2022, 10am-3:30pm PST
This April, check out our virtual engagement for Hadestown created by the Student Ambassadors.
Explore videos of theatre professionals explaining what they do and how they got their start, a quiz designed to help young people identify their strengths and priorities and the type of job they want to pursue, and more!
Enjoy meaningful conversations between working creative professionals, providing guidance to the next generation of theatre artists and addressing aspects of navigating a life in the arts that may not be introduced in an undergraduate training program.
Explore Educator Resources and Discovery Guides for many of the shows that appear on our stages.
Learn new games, tips, and tricks to enhance your rehearsal process, support your performers, and elevate your production.
Center Theatre Group is offering educators free educational video lessons for select archival performances.
Connecting theatre artists with partner classrooms for candid discussions of what it’s like to work in professional theatre.
With accompanying worksheets and materials designed for educators and students to dive deeper into these careers, the Working in Theatre videos make excellent remote learning tools.
For Community Members
Watch free community workshops online!
Sign up today for our monthly Making workshops.
The Library Play Readings go digital! Local theatre arts partners take a play and create a digital version for all to enjoy.
A wide-range of short stories written by local playwrights interpreted into multimedia short-form videos.
Documenting the times, community members share their stories.
In partnership with Center Theatre Group, East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Theatre department curated and hosted discussions with various guests from the professional world of Theater and Entertainment.
The Working in Theatre Series focuses on establishing the skills needed to build a career in theatre.