Special attention is given to schoolchildren. School theatre days, plays accompanied by guided instruction, lectures, workshops and meeting with writers and actors are an important part of the theatre's activities, which are meant to attract a young audience to the theatre world. In addition, the Khan holds workshops for young theatre lovers, an experiential theatre workshop which brings Jewish and Arab students and Jerusalem residents together to engage in individual and group work, focusing on the Jewish-Palestinian conflict, and it also conducts enrichment programs open to the public, including lectures, workshops, poetry readings, seminars, panel discussions and meetings with playwrights and actors. Through these activities, the Khan enables the public and the community to establish closer ties to the theatre world and better understand the contents of the plays.
FOLLOWING LAST YEAR'S SUCCESS
Drama and theatre workshops for children and youth at the Khan Theatre (Grades 1 - 12)
Once again the Khan will be holding workshops for children & youth once a week until the end of June.
For more details please contact Anat at (052)-2594130 or (08)-9729727 bet. 9 am and 1 pm.
Cost - 190 shekels a month
Sundays: Second and Third grades from 5 to 6:30 pm
Fourth thru Sixth grades from 6:30 to 8 pm
Mondays: Seventh and Eighth grades from 4:30 to 6 pm
Ninth thru twelfth grades from 6 to 7:30 pm
The workshop will consist of 32 weekly sessions on Sundays from 8:30 to 11:30 pm at the Khan Theatre. The first session will take place on Oct. 7.
Cost - 370 shekels per month.
For further information please call Anat at 052-259-4130