Middle School and High School Collision Plus

Adapted from the nationally-recognized Palefsky Collision Project, this program inspires students to fully engage in a text from the school curriculum or a script from the current Alliance season through writing exercises, drama strategies, and relevant research, to create their own individual pieces of collaborative theater. Collision Plus is a 14 session residency, with 10 in-class sessions co-taught by a teaching artist and the classroom teacher.  Four planning sessions provide opportunities for the teacher and teaching artist to collaborate on learning goals and standards and to devise and refine lesson and unit plans, learning extensions, and assessments.

For more information, contact Rebecca Pogue at rebecca.pogue@alliancetheatre.org or 404.733.5329.

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