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September 2014

EDUCATOR NIGHT (SIP, MINGLE AND LEARN!)
Monday, September 22, 2014
5:00 pm
The Moore Theatre
FREE and open to Washington State Educators
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Seattle Theatre Group is pleased to invite our educational partners to learn more about what we have in store for our 2014/15 Season. Come and join us and learn about exclusive opportunities we have in store for you and your students. For more information, please contact Marisol Sanchez-Best, STG's Education Programs Manager at 206-315-8030 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to RSVP.



October 2014

OSHER'S AT THE PARAMOUNT - EARLY 1900'S, SESSION 1 OF 4
Monday, October 6, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Paramount Theatre
Age: 50+
Membership Required

Seattle Theatre Group is partnering up with The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute from the University of Washington. Osher works with adults over the age of 50 to come together and share their intellectual interest and make friends. STG will host the first session of four at The Paramount. In this session students will learn about the early visionaries of the Paramount Theatre. To register, click here.


OSHER'S AT THE PARAMOUNT - 1928-1980, SESSION 2 OF 4
Monday, October 20, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Paramount Theatre
Age: 50+
Membership Required

Seattle Theatre Group is partnering up with The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute from the University of Washington. Osher works with adults over the age of 50 to come together and share their intellectual interest and make friends. STG will host the first session of four at The Paramount. In this session students will learn how outside influences during the 60’s resulted in the closures of nearly all the historic theatres. To register, click here.


TRADER JOE'S SILENT MOVIE MONDAYS: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Post-Film CineClub Discussion
Monday, October 27, 2014
Film at 7:00pm/ Discussion post-film
The Paramount Theatre
Film price $10, Discussion free to those attending
The post-screening CineClub in The Paramount bar is a community discussion about the film, covering silent film trivia questions and exploring silent film in general. There will be a CineClub after each Trader Joe's Silent Movie Monday screening lead by a film industry specialist. All ages welcome.


 

Ongoing Programs:
  • In-school Workshops and Residencies
    Interested in a hands-on arts experience for students at your school? STG offers residencies in cultural and contemporary dance and music with Northwest-based artists. Arts instruction is available to suit your school's interests and needs, varying from a one-time workshop to multiple-week residency. Activities are in line with the National Common Core Standards and are tailored to students' skill level and ages.
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  • Student Tours of the Historic Paramount, Moore and Neptune Thetares
    STG offers free tours of the historic Paramount and Moore Theatres for educators and students ages seven and up. Tour guides introduce students to theatre architecture, design, history and technical aspects. To schedule a student tour, click here.
     
  • Historic Tours of The Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theatres
    Seattle Theatre Group gives the public a chance to learn more about the historic Paramount and Moore Theatres while giving them a glimpse behind the scenes. Free; once a month-The first Saturday of every month at 10am at The Paramount & the second Saturday of every month at 10am at The Moore Theatre. For more information, click here.

  • Theatre Access Program (TAP)
    STG annually provides thousands of tickets to performances at The Paramount and Moore Theatres to school groups, youth organizations, community centers, social service organizations, young artists and seniors who would otherwise be unable to afford the opportunity. To apply, click here (pdf).