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Colt Coeur Theater is thrilled to announce our
7th Annual FREE week-long Play-making workshop
for students ages 11-15!

WHO: NYC public school students who have an interest in acting, writing, and/or visual design are invited to participate.

WHAT: Students work with professional actors, playwrights, directors and designers to conceive and create original 10-minute plays, which will be presented at the conclusion of the 6-day workshop.

WHEN: The program will meet Monday-Friday, April 10th-14th from 9:30am to 1:30pm, and from 4pm-8pm Sunday April 23rd, 2016. Students MUST attend all six days of the program in order to enroll.

WHERE: ART/NY Studios, 138 South Oxford Street, Fort Greene, Brooklyn, 11217 Convenient to: B, C, D, G, N, R, Q, 2, 3, 4, 5.

HOW MUCH: Free! We will also provide a light snack for students.

HOW DO I APPLY? We have never turned a student away however all students must submit an application. Click here to open the one-page application and submit it via mail or email by April 4th.

 

There will be a free presentation for friends and family at 6:30pm on Sunday, April 23rd.

Contact Adrienne at 646.489.7380 / adriennech@gmail.com for more info.

Click here to watch a video from last year’s program.

A bit of history:

Only in the theater can you create something out of literally nothing. Colt Coeur was founded in January 2010 and is a company of actors, writers, directors and designers. In just six years — Colt Coeur has been lauded by The New York Times with the broad recognition “these guys have chops” and the New York Post and Time Out have called our work “pitch perfect” and “wildly charming.” We’ve created three original plays (Seven Minutes in Heaven, Fish Eye and How to Live on Earth) in our uniquely collaborative style, and produced the world premieres of Recall by Eliza Clark, Everything is Ours, by Nikole Beckwith, Dry Land, by Ruby Rae Spiegel, Cal in Camo, by William Francis Hoffman, and Empathitrax, by Ana Nogueira. We’ve also launched our free week-long Playmaking workshop, and held public readings of a bevy of exciting new plays as part of our Play Hotel series.

 

 

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