California Shakespeare Theater
Theater, 701 Heinz Ave, Berkeley, CA 94710-2732
Business: (510) 548-3422, Box Office: 510-548-9666, Other Phone: (510) 548-9666, FAX: 510-843-9921
|Education Department Leader||Trish Tillman
Title: Director of Artistic Learning
Phone: (510) 548-3422 x 115
|Education Program Audience Demographics:
|Number of K-Graduate Level Students Served by the Education Programs||4,500|
Theatre does not have an endowment whose income is restricted to support education programs.
|Federal Funding||[The information collected in the Federal Funding section is confidential and will not be reflected on individual theatre profiles.]|
Workshops/Classes at: Schools
Professional Development for Teachers, Teaching Artists and Staff
Conservatory/Progressional Training Programs
Guides: Student Study Guides
Distance Learning via: Internet
|Assessment Tools (measuring student development)||
During residencies, students complete an assessment/evaluation of themselves before the residency and then again after the residency to compare their skill level and confidence in various aspects before and after the experience. Through both of these evaluations we can see any improvements in the students within various aspects of their education.
|Evaluation Tools (measuring the effectiveness of programs)||
Theatre does not have evaluation tools by which the overall effectiveness of a program is measured.
Education Department has a long-range planning statement.
Education Department has a long-range planning process.
|We strive for everyone, regardless of age, circumstance, or background, to discover and express the relevance of Shakespeare and the classics in their lives.
We make boldly imagined and deeply entertaining interpretations of Shakespeare and the classics.
We provide in-depth, far-reaching artistic learning programs for learners of all ages and circumstances.
We bring disparate communities together around the creation of new American plays that reflect the cultural diversity of the Bay Area.
|California Shakespeare Theater offers programs for students throughout the year including, Summer Theater Programs, In-School Residencies, After-School Classes, and Professional Development Workshops for Classroom Teachers, Teaching Artists, and Educators.
|Three Highlights and
the 2012 season ending between
Oct. 31 2011 and Sept. 30 2012
|1) All three of our 2009 Romeo and Juliet Student Matinees were sold out to Bay Area Students.
2) Our 2009 Summer Theater Conservatories (one Two-Week and one Five-Week) have sold out with 78 students per program.
3) Our In-School Residencies served 42 classrooms and 978 students in the Spring Semester of 2009.
|TCG's study guide database will allow you to locate available study guides at other TCG member theatres. Theatres interested in obtaining study guides and all necessary rights to these materials must contact the originating theatre directly.|
|STUDY GUIDES||Interested parties should contact:
Artistic Learning Administrations Manager
Phone: (510) 548-3422 x 105
View Study Guides