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TROLL WORLD - A Non-Violent Community Improv
TROLL WORLD is a group improvisation that motivates students to think in a non-violent ‘out of the box’ way. This activity involves the entire class. The premise of TROLL WORLD is: Students are told ‘We’re ...
Using Improv to Teach STEM, Core Area Content, and...
Get more “bang for your buck” using applied improv as a vehicle for learning, especially to reach non-traditional learners or to teach difficult concepts. Examples: Number Families with Applied Improv The Water ...
Viewing History Through the Arts
This residency uses analysis of music, visual arts, dance, literature and fashion in a given time period in history to guide students to a deeper understanding of that time period. We tailor the residency to the ...
WE ARE: CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST
‘WE ARE: Children of the Holocaust’ is a program designed to educate, activate curiosity and involve fourth to eighth grade students in a theatre arts experience as they concurrently learn and write about ...
WE ARE: CHILDREN OF... Series
‘WE ARE: Children of…’ Series is a program designed to educate, enlighten, empower, activate curiosity and involve fourth to eighth grade students in a theatre arts experience as they concurrently learn and ...
WE ARE: CHILDREN WHO WORKED IN THE MILLS
WE ARE: CHILDREN WHO WORKED IN THE MILLS (From Farm to Factory) is a program designed to educate, enlighten, empower, activate curiosity and involve students in a hands-on theatre arts experience while ...
What Happens Next?
What Happens Next? is an original solo performance piece that engages students grades 6-12, about current situations they might face in their immediate community. In front of a minimal set, a professional actor ...
What Were They Thinking? Figures From History Spea...
This residency can take place in a classroom or online. Before the residency, students in groups research a figure from history and outline what made this person important–the who, what, where, when, and why. ...
Writing Across the Curriculum-Workshops & Resi...
Workshops and residencies are available for students and teachers, and can range from 2 hours to 5 days, depending on the needs of the school. Coming to America: Arrive in America in 1901 with only your dreams and ...
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A Walk in the Woods, Environmental Education Company
ACTivate Community Through Theatre
American Capoeira Foundation
Amy St. Aubin
Ariadne Zitsos, Thread Consulting + Design
Atlantic Coast Theatre (A.C.T.) For Youth
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Black Bird Studio
Blumenthal Performing Arts
Brien Engel -- Glass Harp Music
Bright Star Touring Theatre
Carl J. McEwen Historic Village
Carolina Raptor Center
Carolinas Aviation Museum
Caroline Calouche & Co./Charlotte Cirque & Dance Center
Charles Pettee - Hear the Sound
Charlotte Museum of History
Children's Theatre of Charlotte
Dance & Art from India
David Novak, A Telling Experience
Dawn Anthony (DNA Muzik)
Dean Zoch, The Fiber Guy
Didgeridoo Down Under: Australian Music, Character Building, Science & More!
Discovery Place Kids-Huntersville
Discovery Place Nature
Discovery Place Science
Donna Washington, DLW Storyteller Inc.
Doug Berky Theatre
Dr. Tom's Semi-Silent Theatre
Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble
Grace C. Ocasio
Grey Seal Puppets
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
Historic Rosedale Plantation
Historic Rural Hill
Hobey Ford's Golden Rod Puppets
Kelly Starling Lyons, Children's Book Author
Levine Museum of the New South
Living Rhythms Hands-On African Drumming
Lona Bartlett - Storyteller, Puppeteer, Educator & Speaker
Martha Connerton / Kinetic Works
My Voice, My Choice, Inc.
NASCAR Hall of Fame
North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble
Over The Counter Improv
Paul Taylor, Australian Culture
Piedmont Music Therapy, LLC
Planet Improv Educational Services, LLC & Planet Improv, Inc.
Reedy Creek Nature Center
Sandy Creek Weavers-Victoria Sowers
Sarah Council Dance Projects
Sheila Kerrigan, The Mime Who Talks!
STEM: the Musical
Susana and Timmy Abell
The Beast: Hip Hop/Jazz Band and Educators
The Light Factory
The President James K. Polk State Historic Site
The Southeast Center for Arts Integration
The World in Our Backyard
Transit Vocal Band
Social Studies / History
Conducts educational programming for 2 or more years
Conducts ongoing assessments of program quality
Connects to State and or Common Core Curriculum Standards
Maintains general liability insurance (Individuals and organizations listed in this Directory can provide proof of insurance upon request. ASC does not hold copies of current documentation for providers)
Performs criminal background checks on staff with youth contact
Provides scholarship and reduced fees
Provides study guides for teachers and or students
Provides tools to assess student learning (workshops and residencies)
Three letters of recommendation / references available
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