Each summer, metro Atlanta teens spend three weeks working with an Alliance Artist, and a renowned playwright to create theatre for and about themselves by “colliding” with a classic text. Students explore ideas through participation in theatre games, writing exercises, improvisation, and more. At the conclusion of the project, participants will perform the work they have created for an audience of family, friends, Alliance Theatre staff, and members of the Atlanta artistic community. This year’s Collision Project will take place June 25th – July 14th(weekdays only).
The Collision Project is FREE and is a fantastic way to become a part of the South’s premiere regional theatre company, meet and collaborate with professional theatre artists, participate in an innovative creative process, and make great new friends from schools all over the metro area and beyond!
What we are looking for: Rising 11th-12th graders and rising college freshman. Young people with heart, soul and a voice. The Ensemble of the Collision Project is made up of actors, singers, dancers, writers, directors, and techies. Anyone, regardless of experience is invited to interview to become a part of this project. As long as you have something to say and the desire to say it, we would love to meet you!
Collision Project Interviews
DATE: March 27, March 29 or April 11, 2012
TIMES: 15 minute interviews, 4:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
WHERE: Alliance Theatre Education
Woodruff Arts Center, Memorial Arts Building, 3rd Floor
1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
To schedule an interview, contact: Valetta Anderson, (404) 733-4701 or firstname.lastname@example.org