Alliance Theatre Institute
Program Delivery (2020-2021)
The Alliance Theatre Institute is deeply committed to supporting teachers and students as schools navigate developments related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID 19). In Fall 2020, all Institute programming will occur virtually via real-time video conferencing or pre-recorded videos. Plans for program delivery in Spring 2021 will be confirmed at the end of the year.
The Alliance Theatre Institute partners with school districts and schools to deliver professional learning for educators and arts integrated or theater-based instruction for students. Designed to support school curriculum and individual classroom goals across grade levels and content areas, Institute programs include: residencies, student workshops, and professional learning events. All programs can be implemented virtually or in-person.
Institute initiatives are aligned with the Georgia Standards of Excellence and Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards and yield proven results in students’ academic achievement and social-emotional growth. Additionally, these offerings provide teachers the opportunity to engage in job-embedded professional development by collaborating with professional teaching artists who embody high quality artistry and utilize their art form to positively impact school communities.
Residencies provide an in-depth learning experience for students and job-embedded professional learning for teachers.
Workshops are customizable, participatory experiences designed to foster student engagement and extend learning across content areas.
Professional Learning Events
Professional learning events offer educators training in a new skill or technique, deep understanding of best practices, practical tools and resources, exclusive access to industry leaders, and the opportunity to thrive as artists.
Partners and Artists
The Alliance Theatre Institute works with school districts, nonprofits, and national organizations.
The Alliance Theatre Institute hires roughly 30 teaching artists to deliver residency programs and professional learning workshops. Teaching artists undergo rigorous initial training and regular professional development to enhance classroom management, curriculum design, awareness of school culture, and artistic skills.
For more information, please contact:
Infants – Kindergarten
Hallie Angelella, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-733-5255
Rebecca Pogue, email@example.com, 404-733-5329
Liz Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-733-5256