High School Residency

Monday, June 21, 2010

Utilizing the talents of seasoned theater teaching artists, this residency focused on the history of radio drama, and how it informed the culture of the 20th century. Using examples of previous audio pieces (including the work of Tom Stoppard) students were encouraged to collaborate and produce their own examples of audio theater, taking into account their experiences in this new century.

Explore the curriculum documents for each week by clicking on the pdfs below.

A New Theater of Sound - High School Audio Residency from The Greene Space @ WNYC & WQXR on Vimeo.


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The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, in collaboration with Yorinks Theater Group, presents A New Theater of Sound with the aim to achieve a live, online and on air conversation driven by great theatrical work with sound at its core.

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