Sample K-12 Drama Residencies
Explore the relationship of Earth to the sun and moon. Or create human sound waves and travel to the inner ear.
How do adults behave that make people take them seriously? What is it like to have authority? Try out being an adult through Role Drama.
Susan works with teachers to design custom drama residencies for their classroom. She will help Kentucky teachers secure grant funding for residencies that include an embedded professional development aspect.
Susan is a juried teaching artist with the Kentucky Arts Council. See her KAC Teaching Artist Directory page .
Play improv games to solve math problems and learn challenging concepts. Use storytelling techniques to break down math story problems.
Follow Civil War children and teens through their historic ordeal as you embody primary source acounts.
Turn solar bodies into human characters based on their properties and explore relationships between them. Then become scientists and take on global warming.
How were historical theatre styles (commedia, satire, melodrama, realism) used to communicate or challenge ideas and beliefs of their time? Now use these styles to devise original work that reflects a modern social perspective.
Develop characters based on historical literature or primary sources and solve problems as these characters in their own historical context.
Explore the language, characters, and historical context of Shakespeare on your feet while you develop stage awareness, public speaking, and acting skills.