GCRTC Core Connection

Spring 2019

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27 This workshop offers a brief opportunity for area theater teachers to gather and discuss shows we've done and those we're doing, and offer tips of how to address specific challenging elements to enhance the learning and performance experience for our students. Sandy Boynton and Carter Irwin from Proctors will be on hand to provide exceptional insight and experience. CTLE Credit: 3 hours Location: Fenimore Asset Management Gallery (2nd floor), Proctors, Schenectady, NY Date: 1/26 (Sat) Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Facilitators: Sandy Boynton and Carter Irwin, Proctors Registration: https://goo.gl/QrcMf2 THEATER DESIGN AND OVERCOMING CHALLENGES In a first-ever offering through the GCRTC, in partnership with Proctors, we are building a workshop for directors and producers to work with their student technical teams under the guidance of a professional lighting designer. Following an overview of lighting practices, Carter Irwin will work with you and your students to interpret scenes and design lighting that appropriately conveys the moods and messages intended. Teacher and student teams will create lighting plots to take back to their schools to implement for their upcoming productions. This workshop is intended for secondary theater teachers and/or drama club advisors and their middle-school or high-school students. CTLE Credit: 3 hours Location: The Addy Theater (3rd floor), Proctors, Schenectady, NY Date: 1/26 (Sat) Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm Facilitator: Carter Irwin, Theater Tech Instructor Registration: https://goo.gl/gnpvgD THEATER PRODUCTION TEAM LIGHTING DESIGN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS In Memoriam: FRANK HODGE It is with deep regret that we note the passing of our esteemed colleague and friend, Frank Hodge. A truly passionate lover of reading and all of humanity, Frank brought people together to share the magic of imagination, adventure and emotion, like only he could. Some may be fortunate enough to remember the days of rushing to the shop to get a good spot in the crowded room at Hodge-Podge Books to hear one of his captivating "book talks." ese gatherings so easily made both teachers and their students fall in love with reading over and over again. No matter what your day may have been like, Frank le you feeling ready to change the world, one child and one book at a time. Frank's recent obituary invites us all to "celebrate Frank's memory by sharing the magic of a book with a new reader." Look for more events that celebrate Frank's enduring legacy over the coming year.

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