Join us for a series of online workshops for early childhood educators and Theatre and Dance for the Very Young practitioners!
These workshops are built in collaboration with Amanda Pintore, Kerfuffle, and the Theatre and Dance for the Very Young Conference.
Each workshop will take place on Zoom (live only, no recordings). A Zoom link will be emailed to participants one week prior to each workshop date (please be sure to check the time zone difference prior to registering). Stay tuned for our winter/spring workshop lineup!
Questions? Email Amanda Pintore at TDVYconnect@gmail.com.
Wednesday, April 12
7:30pm - 8:30pm Central Time
Hosted by Amanda Pintore
Do you have a new TDVY performance idea you want to daydream on? In the middle of a project and wishing you had a sounding board for the experience? Wanting to meet other folks who do the thing you do? Join us in an open think space centered around making/writing/producing Theatre and Dance for the Very Young performances (or those wishing to do so). This gathering is free of cost (you must register to receive the Zoom Link) and is open to makers in any stage of their TDVY career (emerging, established, on hiatus, etc.). Please note this is a casual evening of dialogue, dreaming, and community making (rather than a formal workshop).
About the Host:
Amanda Pintore (she/her) is a director, choreographer, and educator focusing on movement and dance education, devised theatre, and making theatre and dance performances with and for 0-6 year olds. She also specializes in arts integration, creative facilitation strategies, and training in teaching artistry. She is an Assistant Professor in Theatre for Youth and Community and Acting at Arizona State University. She also serves as the founder and chair of the Theatre and Dance for the Very Conference (2022, 2024). She has an MFA in Theatre for Youth from Arizona State University.