We’re your supporting cast, providing free study guides and other resources to integrate live theater easily into your curriculum!
Setting the stage for arts education success.
As a theatre, we know what community and connections can do to help people and organizations when they need it. Below you can find various resources for local support in arts education, grants for theatre arts education programs, books, anti-racism resources, and more.
We see our position as educator support for classroom teachers. The partnership between our teaching artists and school administration is a balance between what each school needs, and what we are able to provide. If you find that there are further resources you would like to see from us, please reach out to our Director of Education, Engagement, and Inclusion at (513) 421-3555 x2110.
Watching a live performance can be a powerful learning tool, and our study guides are intended to make it an enriching experience for both teachers and students.
Grants & funding
Schools receive funding for arts education programs from school districts, PTA/PTOs, grants, foundations, and/or parent donations. Speak with your principal to identify how your school’s theatre arts program is supported.
Arts and education grants
Books for kids
Anti-racism in professional development
Support our local Black community
Photo credits | Masthead, Dale Hodges, Graham Rogers, & Esther Cunningham Scherer in Sex and Education (Mikki Schaffner); Setting the stage, cast of Cinderella: After Ever After (Mikki Schaffner); Anti-racism resources, Angelica Santiago & Jay Wade in Pipeline (Ryan Kurtz).