We may not have a moving play this winter BUT we are still moving and shaking! Join us for a virtual 12, 520 step challenge on 12.5.20 and help us raise some money to support Seed!
Register by Nov. 30th. $30 participation fee includes event t-shirt and chances to win prizes throughout the day!
Looking for small class instruction? Join us for virtual studios of 2-3 students for 6-week intensive programs.
Theatre and Film Criticism
Poetry through Movement
Session II begins November 3
We are excited to partner once again with the Garner Area Homeschoolers and Oak City Academy this year! Classes include:
Seed History Seekers
Time Travel Theatre (Musical Theatre)
Shakespeare Study and Performance
For more info on how you can bring Seed Art Share teaching artists to your organization for weekly in-person or virtual classes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Seed is honored to work with some of the most gifted theatre educators in the Triangle. Collectively, they specialize in arts integration, a variety of performance and technical theatre techniques, and creating a safe environment for students to develop their skills. Get to know them here!
The artistic programs of Seed are primarily supported by tuition and ticket sales. The remaining costs and all operation expenses are covered by tax deductible donations from our wonderful patrons who enjoy And value the work we do. Click here to further our mission by becoming a Seed supporter!
We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded the New Generations Grant from The United Arts Council of Wake County. This funding will go directly to programming for our 20-21 season. Monies received will help to offset production costs for this summer's reading of The Many Adventures of Peter Rabbit, February's virtual short play compilation and May's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at The Raleigh Rose Garden. Thank you to the United Arts Council for their support and advocacy for our local arts community.
Seed Art Share is proud to be a part of the Triangle Theatre Collective in partnership with Pure Life Theatre! Housed in Raleigh's Historic Royal Bakery, it is a great home for local performances, classes, and co-working! There is also a fantastic outdoor deck that is perfect for small socially-distanced performances or rehearsals. Click the link below for more info on the Triangle Theatre Collective and available space at Pure Life Theatre .
As a diverse group of artists, we recognize that stories have the power to educate and help our community heal. We also acknowledge the ugliness, inequity, and privilege some of those stories hold. Black lives - and their stories - matter. Our work is far from done, but we recommit to tell the stories of those who too often are unheard. We commit to produce theatre and programs that bring joy, hope, and grace to our community. We commit to being a safe space to be sad, angry, and confused. Thank you for allowing us to continue learning from, listening to, and sharing with one another.
Seed Art Share celebrates shared arts experiences for Triangle performers, patrons, and the people they love!
Recognized in 2017 by Triangle Arts and Entertainment for OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO LOCAL THEATRE, our goal is to explore theatre while sharing stories, resources, environments, families, challenges, and even roles.
We produce many shows during the year at various locations in the Triangle area.
Recent on-site performances include The Borden House, Haywood Hall, the City of Raleigh Museum, the Rose Garden, Fayetteville Street, and the NCSU Bell tower.
Join us for classes and workshops that integrate theatre skills with academic or other custom curriculum.
So glad to get this review from the Indy! They loved the Borden House as much as we did!
The Blums have been involved in many Seed Art Share Productions. In this feature article, the Independent discusses their passions and what makes them great actors and a greater family.
Broadway World posted a great interview with Dustin Britt, director, and actors Havana Blum and Heather Strickland. This podcast discusses their effort in The Miracle Worker and outlines both challenges and benefits of the unique world that is immersive theatre.
The News & Observer wrote an article many moons ago about the wonderful Anne-Claire Niver and the great work she did in one of our first productions, Moving Pieces. This article has a great action photo. Street Theatre!
We will send you the groupme link for the show. That is how we stay connected and update each other. Since our plays happen outside, communication is vital!
With all this technology at our fingertips, this can still be a challenge at times. We like Slack for initial planning, Google Drive/Docs/Sheets for files, and groupme for in-show communication. Always learning.
We're all passionate about art, stories, people, and feelings, not necessarily in that order. We want to be a people who communicate through our passions, and not over people.
Running a theatre is hard! We are always looking for donors and new, exciting projects!
We want to be known as a company that truly cares for one another, and that makes good plays. If we make good stuff, but no one wants to play anymore....that is the opposite of our mission.
We want you to do your best and have fun. Do you want to stretch yourself? We can help. Do you have some talented friends who would love to join? Bring 'em on!
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