Mentor Homeless and At-Risk Children
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Join our award-winning theatre and community center this fall to serve as a mentor for homeless and at-risk children in The Builders of the New World, a unique after school education and theatre program in its twelfth year. Classes are taught by Thurman E. Scott, Artistic Director of The Actors Theatre Workshop, and an accomplished actor, director and writer. By helping the children use their imaginations and teaching them reading, writing, presentational, life and community skills, Builders of the New World helps them overcome their present circumstances, enkindles their ambition, and sets them on a path to fulfill their potential as contributing citizens. The Actors Theatre Workshop provides mentor training and welcomes both individuals and teams of mentors from all personal and professional backgrounds; training at our theatre facility in Chelsea will begin shortly, and space is limited. The program will run from late September to mid December in the evenings and late afternoons. Please visit our website at http://www.actorstheatreworkshop.com/bnw/index.html. You may also call Diana Windhorst at (212) 947-1386 x0 for additional information.
About The Actors Theatre Workshop
145 West 28th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10001, US
ATW's mission is to teach individuals from all walks of life original creative techniques that provides them with the tools to change and to create new, original theatre that examines the conflicts that have emerged form today's cultural mix and creates hope for the fulfillment in the human experience.
Founded over two decades ago, the Actors Theatre Workshop is an established pioneer in non-profit theatre that produces classical and contemporary plays, develops new dramatic works, trains and develops actors, directors and writers while making a difference in the lives of at-risk youth and the community at large. Thurman E. Scott, ATW's artistic director, Executive Producer and Founder, is a widely acknowledged expert of artistic project development, an innovator of award-winning arts curriculums and programs for proffessional artistic training, and has a long and successful history of public service to culturaly under-served communities.
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145 W. 28th Street3rd FloorNew York, NY 10001