The Wilma’s Barrymore Award-winning Education Department has launched the Wilma Virtual Studio.
If you would like to support Wilma Virtual Studio, please consider a tax-deductible donation.
Want original virtual content from our artists? Check out the Wilma Home Theater.
The Wilma Education Department’s Virtual Studio is providing virtual theater lessons and activity prompts for children and adults during the pandemic.
Please click the images below and follow the Education Department’s Instagram page for the latest lessons and prompts. (If you do not have a social media account, and would like to participate in the prompts, you can email Education Assistant Rachel Beecher.)
Join others across the city in the Japanese tradition of folding 1,000 cranes. LEARN MORE
Wilma teaching artist and actor extraordinaire Danielle Leneé goes through the basics of deciphering and performing a monologue! WATCH
Imagine a production from a director’s point of view, and create this fun craft project! WATCH
The Wilma’s Virtual Studio invites you to write your own monologue with Marissa’s Mad Lib Monologues, following simple prompts. LEARN MORE AND SUBMIT
Take the challenge to write a short play, and submit it to us! LEARN MORE
Make theatrical masks! LEARN BY CLICKING HERE
Learn juggling with OBIE award-winning teaching artist Scott Sheppard! LEARN BY CLICKING HERE
The Portable Studio created a crowdsourced virtual dance, thanks to teaching artist Lillian Ransijn.
Inspired by David Whye’s poem “Everything is Waiting for You,” we asked you to find the extraordinary in the ordinary, to look around your house and find an everyday object, and to film yourself using that object in the way it was intended followed by exploring that same object in a new way – using the object in a way it wasn’t intended or even dancing with the object. WATCH THE FINAL VIDEO
Hothouse Company member Jaylene Clark Owens encouraged writers to create poems using prompt “A Love Letter to your Neighborhood.” Poems were shared on Instagram. WATCH THE PROMPT