Join Holly Holsinger as she guides you through a series of relaxation techniques and exercises designed to help you let go of physical tension and create more space for breath, release, and relief. Based in Fitzmaurice Voicework, these methods promote wellness in both performers and non-performers alike. The workshop will focus on breath, but you may be asked to make sound as part of the work on release (participants will be muted for most of the session). Click here for more information.
An intergenerational workshop geared for the WHOLE family! Join Faye Hargate, CPT Director of Community Ensembles, and Cleveland Act Now Teaching Artists, as they guide you in an interactive storytelling workshop that celebrates creativity, community, and family! Each workshop will be held at 6pm on Mondays starting May 25 through June 15. Parents/Guardians are not required to attend but highly encouraged. Registration is required. Click here for more information.
A 3 to 5-week intensive summer arts program for young artists that is fun and challenging. Youth will learn acting fundamentals, storytelling methods, and play creation. Under the dedicated guidance of CPT Teaching Artists, children learn how to create and perform their own theatrical works. This program is offered at NO COST thanks to the support of the Cleveland Foundation and other generous supporters. Classes are taught by CPT Director of Community Ensembles, Faye Hargate, and CPT Teaching Artist, Zyrece Montgomery. Guest teachers will join the teaching team for special classes like dancing, scavenger hunts, TikTok challenges, and more! Click here for more information.
Kickstart your weekend with a creativity workshop led by Raymond Bobgan, CPT Executive Artistic Director. This virtual session will include theatre creation techniques, some physical movement, games, and a class sharing of improvisational creation. This workshop is for those who are curious about creating original work and wanting to spark new thoughts or go on a guided imagination adventure. We are seeking a workshop class with diverse backgrounds and skill sets—we hope it will be fulfilling for advanced theatre creators as well as beginners. The class will be limited to 24 participants. This class is intended for adults but teenagers are also welcome. Click here for more information.
Cleveland Public Theatre nurtures our artists. Throughout the year, we have opportunities for personal and professional development. As workshops and events come up, we’ll post them here and on NeOhioPal. You can also sign up for our e-newsletter to receive important information directly to your inbox. For information about classes and workshops, contact Faye Hargate, Director of Community Ensembles, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216.631.2727 x207.