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Event: The Future of Public Education?
Searching for The Public Good Amid Gentrification, Privatization, and Inequality Tuesday, Sep 26, 2017, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM CUNY Graduate Center: Proshansky Auditorium 365 Fifth Ave (between 34th and 35th streets) Join us for an evening of conversation with The Public Good Project and Epic Theatre Ensemble […]
UNIFORM: A Part to Play (Tier 1)
Photo coverage UNIFORM: A Part to Play Written and Performed by The Epic Next 2017 Tier One Ensemble Click here to see the full album
Tier 2 2017 – Building Blocks: Colorful Minds & Laundry City
Epic NEXT 2017 Tier 2 photo coverage Epic Theatre Ensemble presents Building Block: Colorful Minds Commissioned in partnership with New York Appleseed and Teachers College Laundry City Commissioned in partnership with Kupferberg Cebter for the Arts at Queens College
Developing Young Thinkers, Actors & Leaders
In 2012, with the support of The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, we began our most ambitious youth development program: Epic NEXT; Developing Young Thinkers, Actors & Leaders. Through specifically-personalized pairings between artist-mentors and developing young artists, Epic NEXT utilizes a comprehensive, individualized approach to artistic and youth development. The Epic […]
Human Rights Project: Genocide
Epic Theatre Ensemble, in partnership with the Bronx High School for Writing and Communications Arts, presented the conclusion of the Human Rights Project: Genocide. During 20 sessions, Epic’s Teaching Artists, work with high-school students developing a 5-minute original play that explores the social impact of historical events associated with human rights. This […]
Epic’s R&J REMIX Took The Met!
Epic’s Romeo and Juliet REMIX was part of the repertoire! Teens Take The Met! was free and open to all teens 13+ with a middle or high school ID. Check out a video from a past Teens Take The Met! Teens Take The MET on social media: #metteens Tweets […]
About Laundry City Over 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, New York City is one of the most segregated school districts in the United States. Conceived, written, and performed by NYC Public High School students, LAUNDRY CITY is a hilarious and provocative exploration of what “Separate but […]