Under the guidance of the Shelby County Health Department, we have established important procedures for resuming events at the Orpheum Theatre and Halloran Centre. Read all of the details.

Kennedy Center Arts Integration

The Orpheum Theatre Group is proud to be a Kennedy Center Partners in Education Team, in collaboration with Shelby County Schools. Through this program, we bring Kennedy Center teaching artists to work with teachers across the Mid-South. These arts integration specialists provide educators with the tools and strategies to transform classrooms. 

Arts integration learning has shown to increase literacy, raise test scores, and help develop key communication skills. In short, arts integration makes learning fun while creating more enthusiastic, creative, and empathetic students.

Registration is now open for our 2020-2021 Arts Integration Professional Development workshops for educators. 

Fall 2020 workshops will be held virtually. We will announce whether the Spring 2021 workshops will be virtual or in-person 60 days prior to each session. 


Series Events

Sep
10

Halloran Centre
Professional Development

Drawing Symbols to Acquire and Understand New Vocabulary

Drawing is a powerful and untapped tool for students to build and explore their understanding of new vocabulary.

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Oct
06

Halloran Centre
Professional Development

Moving Through Emotions: Social Emotional Learning through Dance

In this session you will not only learn a strategy to help students become aware of feelings and the events that shape them, but you’ll also learn how dance can become a tool to manage and express emotions.

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Jan
26

Halloran Centre
Professional Development

Theater in the Social Justice Curriculum

This workshop explores ways in which a class, or community, can use theatrical works, traditional and devised, to facilitate a more in-depth and impactful conversation on issues of social justice.

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Feb
09

Halloran Centre
Professional Development

Devising Justice: Using the News to Create Theatre

Teachers will learn how to facilitate a creative process where students collaborate around an issue of social injustice by analyzing news media sources and imaginatively responding through the creation of original scenes and theatrical tableaus.

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Mar
02

Halloran Centre
Professional Development

Rhetoric with Frederick

The goal of this workshop is to learn about the ways Frederick Douglass used writing to change the world and to get students to complete a sixteen-bar rhyme that answers four questions about their own experiences and social justice.

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