Ena Brant, Casework Manager with the Gardner Betts Juvenile Detention Center, talked about the goals for the New Stages. “The program will offer critical services to youth who have been released from our residential facility as they develop their skills in self-expression, learn to work as a productive member of an ensemble, and learn to use their experiences and imaginations to positively affect their community.
A check presentation to Theatre Action Project will take place Monday, June 18 at 9 a.m. at Theatre Action Project offices 701 Tillery, Suite A14, Austin, TX 78702.
About Theatre Action Project: Theatre Action Project uses the creative arts to activate the academic, social and emotional development of young people. Through interactive classroom performances, after school residencies and community based programs, TAP's team of professional teaching artists inspire youth to be creative artists, courageous allies, critical thinkers and confident leaders in their community.