Education

Introducing…The Fourth Wall

No Comments 11 February 2013

headshot 2012Richmond, VA.–Cadence Theatre Company (CTC) recognizes that teenagers are vibrantly fruitful champions of the arts; their voices resonate with enthusiasm, conscience, and clarity. CTC values the unique perspective and unconventional methods of this furtive group. With the opening of their production of Stephen Karam’s Sons of the Prophet, Cadence boldly launches The Fourth Wall Student Forum, a critical review network created to enhance Richmond’s theatre arts community.

The mission of The Fourth Wall is to enable young theatre lovers to understand and write meaningfully about relevant, compelling performance and theme, and to experience the powerful effect their words can have on the broader community. Through professional guidance, member insights and conjecture will appear on CTC’s website, Facebook page, and other community publications. Fourth Wall members will invite their peers to contribute actively to the arts community, thereby invigorating the growth of young audiences and by extension, strengthening all artistic endeavors.

711541_268925743234620_1736507291_nThe Fourth Wall founding members come from the entire Richmond metro area schools, including Appomattox Regional Governor’s School, Collegiate School, Deep Run High School, Maggie Walker Governor’s School, Open High School, St. Catherine’s School, St. Christopher’s School, Thomas Dale High School and Trinity Episcopal School. Young adult mentors represent John Tyler Community College, University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University.

DSC_1352 Edit 1-2These young critics attend Invited Dress Rehearsals and afterwards have the opportunity to uncover the complex implications of the work they’ve seen through candid discussion with the play director, cast, and artistic contributors. They receive two additional tickets to each show so they might encourage others to share their experience, then spread the word that Cadence Theatre Company and Virginia Repertory Theatre offer discounted student tickets and UTIX.

CTC’s pilot program, The Fourth Wall Student Forum, fosters the essential flow of communication across the proscenium arch, allows a generation to speak out in a world dominated by their elders, and hands them the power to advocate for youth leadership in Richmond’s greater theatre arts community.

Education

Au Revoir August Adventure

No Comments 29 August 2012

Hip Hip Hooray! August Adventure 2012 was a huge success! Cadence Theatre Company and SPARC incorporated the talents of 178 children and youth and cast them in three shows at two venues as they presented Disney’s Winnie the Pooh Kids and Thorougly Modern Millie JR.!

Education

An August Adventure

No Comments 02 May 2012

Cadence Theatre Company in association with SPARC presents An August Adventure August 13-24 2012! Join CTC and SPARC for a 2-week musical theatre camp at Mary Munford Elementary School and the SPARC center. Children will present Disney’s Winnie the Pooh Kids and Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr.!

Registration is now open at www.sparconline.org.

 

 

Contemporary Award-Winning Theatre

Stay Informed

Join our eNewsletter

Subscribe Now

Click here to download and print the 2017-2018 season subscription form.

Follow us on Facebook

Follow us on Instagram

Load More

Photos on flickr

© 2018 Cadence Theatre Company. Powered by WordPress.