Careers in the Performing Arts: Distance Learning for Middle and High School Students

Careers in the Performing Arts gives students opportunities to interact with performers, choreographers, directors, set designers and executives. Past discussions have featured cast and crew from the touring productions of Chicago, Wicked, and other Broadway shows. Schools can connect through distance learning technology or join us live in the Idea Center® at Playhouse Square. This program is recommended for middle and high school students. Offered in partnership with WVIZ/PBS ideastream®.

This program aligns with the following Common Core State Standards:
ELA: Communication Standard (Oral & Visual) A, D
ELA: Research Standard B, C, E
ELA: Writing Process Standard A, C
A&C: Career Exploration & Development Competency: 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.2.3,
1.3.2, 1.3.4
A&C: Influences on the Performing Arts Competency: 17.3
A&C: Personal Employability Traits Competency: 2.1.2, 2.1.3, 2.1.4
Drama/Theatre: Connections, Relationships and Applications:
Standard C
CCR.R.7, CCR.SL.1, CCR.SL.4, CCR.W.1, CCR.W.4, CCR.W.5, CCR.W.6,
CCR.W.7, CCR.W.10

Upcoming Events

Feb 5 | Westfield Insurance Studio Theatre

Careers in the Performing Arts with Miss Saigon

Mar 12 | Westfield Insurance Studio Theatre

Careers in the Performing Arts with School of Rock

To view past Careers in the Performing Arts programs, click here.

Looking for more information about Community Engagement & Education programs at Playhouse Square? Click here to contact the Community Engagement and Education Department.