ACHF Arts Access
Create broader access and awareness of the theatrical arts through outreach. Audience data and surveys, progress weighed against deliverables and target dates. Success attributes include two activities in 2015, and a traveling show in 2016. 2: Foster greater collaboration between area art organizations to maximize sustainability. Stakeholder surveys (benchmark/follow-up), progress against deliverables. Success attributes include community-wide marketing plan, exploration of a joint programming effort.
The number of children engaged in the summer education and performance programs. Increased performances of the Improv Team. Enrolled in the student theatre summer camps shows a consistent growth of 8-10 students each year over the last. Improv team: five contracted off site performances (20% increase); four AAAA shows. The shows all had new patrons. 2: Master Classes were provided to the 2016 students in the summer camps by a professional actress from Saint Paul. The effect of the Master Classes on the performance skills of the students was qualitative as measured by the director of Shrek Jr. He reported the classes mostly affected senior high school students for considering acting, teaching, or theater arts as a career.
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