Take a 

deep

Breath

Uncharted Waters:

Virtual learning

Do you feel like you are drowning in the sea of scheduling, safety, and sanity?  We can help you and your Theatre Program not only just survive, but thrive!

Teach Tech Theatre is geared towards the theatre educator who is the teacher, director, producer, and technical director all-in-one.

We are working for the teacher who may not be strong in Technical Theatre and needs help navigating the choppy waters of keeping a program afloat and safe. We are not here to give you the subtleties and intricacies of all elements of Technical Theatre. There are many resources out there that can give you a LOT of information about all the elements of Technical Theatre–often it is too much information and makes the task seem impossible. Our rule of thumb is “You don’t need to know everything about everything you just need to know more than the students.”   Let us help.

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Navigate the waters

Whether you are feeling overwhelmed by being a department of one, or you don’t know how to teach technical theatre and have been relying on the kindness of parents, or you are looking to fill in some of the holes in your knowledge base, or maybe are just hoping that someone has already “invented the wheel” for technical theatre curriculum…we can help CHART YOUR PATH.

This site is still under construction. New Content is being continually added.
 

Need a 

Lifeline?

Learn some of the secrets and shortcuts in creating a new program, ways to successfully transition from another teacher to you, or how to keep your head above water during your first few productions.  Topics include advocacy, transition, production basics, creating leadership potential with students, and creating a new program reality for your students.

Ensure a Safe

Harbor

Anchor

your 

program

In this litigious time, you MUST make safety a priority for your theatre program. Learn how to teach the basics of safety to actors and theatre technicians, as well as some tricks of the trade to improve the culture of Safety First for your program and facility. As we tell our students, “Don’t become a Fail Army video!”

Learn some of the secrets and shortcuts in creating a new program, ways to successfully transition from another teacher to you, or how to keep your head above water during your first few productions.  Topics include advocacy, transition, production basics, creating leadership potential with students, and creating a new program reality for your students.

"You don't need to know everything about everything    you just need to know more than the students."

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