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The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre at The City College of New York is proud to partner with Roundabout Theatre Company to create a new course for pre-service teachers and teaching artists. EDCE 4500C The Fundamentals of Teaching Technical Theatre aims to develop students’ content area knowledge and pedagogical philosophy of design and technical theatre disciplines including scenic, lighting, costume, sound, and stage management. Candidates will experience, examine, and experiment with the teaching of technical theatre disciplines for classes Pre K-12 with particular focus on urban schools. Paul Brewster, Roundabout’s Senior Manager of Education Programs, will be the lead instructor for the class. The course is divided with the first half taught at Roundabout's Education Studio and the latter half of the course provides hands on experience mentoring middle school students through a production process
at PS 161 in Halem. 

Congratulations to Jennifer Katona who was was awarded the Lin Write Special Recognition Award from AATE (American Alliance for Theatre and Education) for her outstanding work creating the Graduate Program in Educational Theatre

The graduate program provides opportunities for students to work with the Creative Arts Team (CAT), Lincoln Center Institute (LCI) and Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC). These unique partnerships will allow students to take elective courses with the School of Professional Studies MA in Applied Theatre, work with LCI teaching artists within their CCNY courses and work in a mentorship capacity with the Education Program at MTC.



Jennifer Katona
Program Director

North Academic Center
Room 5/207B
160 Convent Avenue
New York, New York 10031

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