THE KEY: YOUNG CRITICS MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

Welcome to The Key! Rescripted‘s new youth program in partnership with savvy critic Oliver Sava. Kicking off  October 4th, The Key is in partnership with Chicago Inclusion Project, and hosted by Greenhouse Theater Center.

The ten-week initiative for youth ages 16 – 20 will include arts criticism workshops and lectures with the program’s creators, as well as guest speakers from all facets of the Chicago theater community including playwright Ike Holter and Genevieve Koski Deputy Culture Editor at Vox. Students will attend Chicago theater productions throughout the fall season, write original critiques, undergo one-on-one editing sessions and create personal blogs to host their writing portfolio and multimedia reviews. The writers will also have the opportunity to work one on one with Editor-In-Chief Regina Victor to publish some of their critiques on Launching this fall, the ten-week initiative for youth ages 16 – 20 will include arts criticism workshops and lectures with the program’s creators, as well as guest speakers from all facets of the Chicago theater community. Students will attend Chicago theater productions throughout the fall season, write original critiques, undergo one-on-one editing sessions and create personal blogs to host their writing portfolio and multimedia reviews. Some of the writers will work with Regina Victor to publish their pieces on Rescripted during the program – check back to this page later this fall.

DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 25TH!

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN: CLICK HERE TO APPLY TO THE KEY 

 

Regina Victor (co-facilitator), Emjoy Gavino (Chicago Inclusion Project), and Oliver Sava (facilitator) of The Key.