Calling all artists...
DPAC is looking for a new piece of art to display backstage and now is your chance to design it.
This is a very unique opportunity to have your artwork featured where all the stars that come through DPAC will see it and take pictures in front of it.
Activities and Classes
Students of all ages will enjoy this array of Broadway-themed classes and activities from some of the biggest shows and names in the business.
Calling all artists...
DPAC Living Room Sessions features some DPAC employees, Triangle Rising Stars participants, DPAC Performing Arts Ambassadors, and others from the community performing in their living rooms.
For more info or to submit your own, please e-mail Taylor at [email protected].
Mean Girls co-creator Tina Fey and members of the Broadway cast launched a virtual book club, beginning with Angie Thomas' The Hate U Give. Fey, Krystina Alabado, Chad Burris, Sabrina Carpenter, and more will sit down with the author to talk the YA novel's themes and social impact.
EduHam at Home was created in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak that forced school closures throughout the country. It is an extension of the Hamilton Education Program (EduHam), which has served more than 160,000 students across the country since 2016. Through EduHam, students study primary source documents from the Founding Era, learn how Lin-Manuel Miranda used such documents to create the musical Hamilton, and finally create their own original performance pieces based on the same material.
EduHam at Home provides a family version of EduHam that can be accomplished outside of a school setting. It will continue to be available through August 2020.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute is excited to announce a new program that features Hamilton cast members reading award-winning children’s books followed by a discussion of the history behind the story led by Gilder Lehrman Education Fellow Keisha Rembert.
Join us for Read Alongs on Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 1 p.m. ET.
Disney's THE LION KING is offering this free, interactive education initiative featuring multi-course curricula exploring the theatre-making process!
The web-based curriculum, launched in 2015, was originally designed to be facilitated in a classroom as an enhancement for schools producing KIDS and JR. adaptations of The Lion King through Music Theatre Internation, but with the new step-by-step guidelines, students are able to participate under social distancing measures.
The materials contain all of the tools needed for The Lion King Experience’s experiential theatre curriculum (an 11-session course for the students aged 8-11 and an 18-session course for students aged 12-15), including video instruction, at-home learning instructions, and student materials.