Pendragon Theatre offers several educational opportunities including the touring of our Fall production to schools and theatres across Northern New York*; the Young Playwrights' Festival and free play writing workshops; our summer theatre camp, ; and internships.
*ATTENTION TEACHERS & EDUCATORS: We are pleased to announce that with a grant from the Lake Placid Education Foundation, Pendragon Theatre is able to offer the new play, Athena, by critically acclaimed playwright, Gracie Gardner, to schools and community centers in the North Country and Adirondacks.
Athena is available for touring to your school or we can host your students or group at our home theatre in Saranac Lake, on the dates of September 23, 24, 25, 26 and October 21 through October 25, and October 28 through November 1, 2019. Because of the Lake Placid Education Foundation grant we are able to tour to your school at a price of $750 or charge $5 per student if you are able to travel to Pendragon.
Please let us know if you are interested or would like more information by contacting Jill Michalsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 518.891.1854.
Our internships offer valuable experiences in many aspects of running a professional regional theatre including theatre management, box office management, stagecraft, stage management and marketing. Email if interested in a Pendragon internship.
INTERN IN TRAINING
Pendragon offers a summer internship for a local high school student with a strong interest in theatre. The “Intern-In-Training” receives a scholarship to and has the opportunity to work backstage on each show of the summer season. The intern works with and learns from professional actors, directors, and stage managers. He or she experiences what it takes to create a show from page to stage and be part of a professional theatre company.
Interested applicants should write a 500-word essay on “Why Theatre is Important,” and email it to email@example.com.