Hip Hop Workshop - FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Humanity for All Inside of Hip Hop
This informative experience will highlight the history of hip-hop and provide those in attendance with an opportunity to explore how hip hop speaks to, about, and for everyone. This fun and free workshop welcomes all generations and cultures and is led by hip hop scholar, Kathryn Ervin. Ervin is a Professor in the Department of Theatre Arts and California State University San Bernardino. She teaches courses in Directing, Acting, Creative Drama, African American Theatre, and Film and Culture.Attendance to this event will enhance the theatrical experience when you return to enjoy the full production of Beatbox: A Raparetta!
Black Theatre Network Conference 2020
A National Forum for the Exchange of Ideas Between Professionals, Educators, and Students of Black Theatre
The Ensemble Theatre is a proud member of the Black Theatre Network (BTN). BTN CONFERENCES are annual conferences which serve as a national forum for the exchange of ideas between professionals, educators and students of Black Theatre. During odd-numbered years, BTN holds smaller, more focused and planning-based conferences in Winston-Salem, NC. These conferences immediately precede the National Black Theatre Festival, where BTN co-sponsors the International Colloquium with NBTF. In even-numbered years, BTN hosts larger conferences in locations across the country, giving voice and representation to Black Theatre in each city visited.