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  • Playback Café open for business

    Playback Café, as the name implies, offers an endless menu of fast-paced, hands-on storytelling possibilities, each of which begins with you. It’s your story told well, your ideas made memorable, your options examined safely and effectively.

  • ATC and CITA: Seminars in four states

    Organizations in four states will host ATC Executive Director Dale Savidge as he presents “Applied Theatre, Spiritual Formation and Christian Worship: An Interactive Workshop on Faith and Theatre.” To find out more about and register online for this interactive weekend experience, visit CITA.

  • Year-long program at White Horse Academy

    We are pleased to announce the start of a year-long program of theatre at The White Horse Academy, a 16-bed residential treatment program for adolescent males. Read more. (PDF)

  • Spectrum: Year-long social skills theatre program

    The Applied Theatre Center of Greenville, SC is proud to announce a year-long social skills and communication program for young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities residing in Greenville County. This program is generously provided through a matching grant from the General Mills Foundation with the support of the Barbara Stone Foundation.

    Download information flyer (PDF) | Download registration form (Word)

  • Join us in 2015 -- registration information coming soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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    Save the date! The ATC will offer an introductory workshop on Forum Theatre (Theatre of the Oppressed) in Greenville, SC on January 23 (Friday evening) and 24 (all day Saturday), 2015. Details on registration and venue to follow. The workshop will be taught by Carli Gaughf, Community Partnerships director. ... See MoreSee Less

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    The ATC is proud to welcome Carli Gaughf as our Community Partnerships director. We are looking forward to a number of new programs and training opportunities in 2015. Stay tuned!

    Carli Gaughf is a director, facilitator, educator, and performer. She worked in New York City for nearly a decade where she produced and directed performances of new works and taught theatre workshops for young artists. She has a passion for using theatre to explore stories with marginalized communities and has created performances in prisons, senior centers, and community centers. She moved to Greenville this year to facilitate workshops and build community partnerships with The Applied Theatre Center.

    Carli has training in community-based performance from the renowned Cornerstone Theater Company in Los Angeles and Urban Bush Women in Brooklyn, NY. She has a M.A. in Applied Theatre from the City University of New York and a B.A. in Theatre from Florida State University.
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    Our Spectrum 14/15 theatre group had dinner together and attended a play this past week - it was a great opportunity to practice our social skills out in the community with each other and with some guests! ... See MoreSee Less

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    Students at the Connie Maxwell Children's home in Greenwood, SC participate in a 2 day sociodrama workshop. They explored their strengths in a variety of scenes and games. The workshop was led by Dale Savidge and Britney Teie. ... See MoreSee Less

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