BCT's Enhanced Study Guides
Why Study Guides?
Our Study Guides empower teachers and parents with customized lesson plans, concrete examples of cross-curriculum learning and specified arts integration techniques, while challenging students of all ages to bridge their arts experiences with current educational standards.
Created in partnership by BCT’s Director of Education and the Alabama Institute for Education in the Arts, all BCT Study Guides are tailored for each PreK-8th grade classroom and are carefully designed to include both National Arts Standards and State curriculum standards outlined by the Alabama Course of Study. These well researched resources are free for all BCT productions and are sure to become a key in-school component for supporting and sustaining arts education both in and out of the classroom.
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$100.00 for a one hour workshop or $ 500.00 for a workshop series (5 classes on the same outreach topic)
These programs are available during and after school hours. Each workshop allows for 30 students to participate; a $5 charge will be added per additional student. Mileage may be added for locations over 25 miles from Birmingham Children's Theatre. Listed below are our workshop options.
Shakespeare Takes a Stand Ages 8-18
In this outreach program, students will use Shakespeare to explore hot topic issues they are facing today. Bullying, self-image, women’s rights, and racism are examples of these topics.
Triple Threat Theatre Ages 8-18
This theatre workshop hits all three facets: Acting, Singing, & Dancing. This is the next level up from basic theatre knowledge and skill. Learn a dance combo, a hook of a song, and a monologue in one workshop.
Creative Drama Play or WeeFolks Workshop Ages 4-7
In this workshop, ages pre k – 3rd graders will learn the building blocks of acting along with their school's core curriculum through the vehicle of theatre.
Alabama History Ages 8-18
In this workshop, students will learn about Alabama history through Theatre.