Kathren “Kat” Martin is a theatre artist from Charlotte North Carolina. Kat is a director, teaching artist, dramaturg, experience creator, and invested community member. Since graduating with her Master’s Degree in, Theatre: History, Criticism, Dramaturgy, and Theory with an emphasis in
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Page to Stage
Teaching artist Kathren Martin guides students through creative textual analysis that uses theatre games and skills to deepen understanding of literary works. Through customized scaffolded curricula teaching artists work with classroom teachers to meet the needs of classroom syllabi. English curricula units include poetry, novel, short story, essay, and play scripts. Teaching artists create... View more
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The Page to Stage Program works in classroom spaces, multi-purpose rooms, libraries and will be designed to fit available space and tech.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System, Mecklenburg County private schools, Mecklenburg County home schools
|Page to Stage!||1 Day Intensive||6 week Residency|
|Teaching and Planning (one to one ratio)||45 min-55 min classes: $80.00
90 min classes: $120.00
|45 min-55 min classes: $480.00
90 min classes: $720.00
|Supplies||45 min-55 min classes: $20.00
90 min classes: $20.00
|45 min-55 min classes: $100.00
90 min classes: $100.00
|Total||45 min- 60 min classes: $130.00
90 min classes: $170.00
|45 min-55 min classes: $610.00
90 min classes: $850.00
Reading R4 Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone. Students will determine tone through textual analysis and articulate tone through performance choices.
Speaking and Listening SL3 Evaluate a speakers point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric. Students will place themselves into the speakers point of view through performance and creative writing. Students will analyze rhetoric to determine the goals and tactics of the speaker.
Language L5 Demonstrate understanding of figurative language and nuances in word meanings. Students will demonstrate an understanding and an ability to recognize figurative language by creating tableaus and connecting imagery to design elements.
P.C.2 Use performance to communicate ideas and feelings. Students will use performance to articulate the themes, tone, mood, and imagery of literary pieces.
P.CU.1 Analyze theatre in terms of the social, historical, and cultural contexts in which it was created. Students will be able to create connections between to social, historical, and cultural contexts of literary works through the creation and expression of characters.
P.A.1 Analyze literary texts and performances. Students will be able to apply a close reading analysis to both written text and the performances of their peers and teaching artist.
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Sarah Provencal Winthrop University/Children’s Theatre Charlotte: email@example.com
If the need arises to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances such as illness, injury, inclement weather, Kathren Martin will make every effort to give as much advance notice as possible. Kathren Martin will reschedule when possible, and in a timely way, and will appreciate the same effort from the school/group. If the school/group cancels and cannot reschedule with Kathren Martin, Kathren Martin will refund schools funds. In school/group cancels 7 days or longer in advanced, and the class cannot be rescheduled, Kathren Martin will refund the full amount. In school/group cancels 6 days or less in advance, and the class cannot be rescheduled, Kathren Martin will refund half of the amount (teaching hours will be refunded but not planning hours).