Educational Theatre Programs

Lisa Mumpton

Lisa Mumpton, Cultural Arts Supervisor

Help your child succeed in school and in life through hands-on participation in art, dance, music, history and drama.

 

Benefits of Theatre Education

  • Direct links to history, social studies, literacy, writing and composition, and public speaking
  • Exposure to a variety of mediums: reading, writing, research, discussion,  movement and the spoken word
  • Opportunity to explore our rich and diverse cultural heritage
  • Encourages parental involvement

Instructors

Our instructors have between 10 and 20 years of experience teaching the arts to youth in a classroom setting. We invite you to ask questions and observe our instructors in action and to tour our facilities.

Overview

The Cultural Services Division offers a variety of educational and performance experiences to young people 4-18 and adults. Students learn the principles and techniques of drama and theatre arts and how to apply those principles and techniques to enrich their understanding of a wide variety of disciplines and experiences.

Vision

To provide high quality and innovative theatre arts education and training which is taught by theatre professionals and teaching artists, to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve, and to help our students develop skills and broaden their horizons as artists and members of the community.

Theory

By providing quality in-school and out-of-school arts programming, the Cultural Services Division:

  • Creates a new generation of artists, patrons, community members and informed citizens
  • Teaches positive interpersonal and communication skills
  • Provides an avenue of expression for young people who are often denied a voice

For more information call Lisa Mumpton (303) 739-6520 or email Lisa.