PLATO’s Orchard Speakers Bureau features fun, interactive lectures and workshops led by professional theatre educators who will come to your organization or community. Each program can be customized to your needs, and can vary, as you request, from a half-hour to an hour or even more.
There is no charge to your organization for these programs, although donations are suggested and accepted.
For more information or to book a speaker, contact David Sadkin, email@example.com, (941) 753-5029 or Carole Kleinberg, firstname.lastname@example.org, (941) 232-4123.
Download a printable brochure by clicking here.
~ In a world of Netflix, what is theatre for?
~ Forget Your Happiness! C’mon Get Troubles, or I have enough trouble in real life. Why do I need to see it on the stage?
~ This Wooden Oy
Explore the role and contribution of Jewish theatre in America.
~ What does it take to make a theatrical experience?
To make a prairie it takes a clover and a bee,
One clover, and a bee,
The revery alone will do,
If bees are few.
- Emily Dickinson
~ Putting the Play in Plays, or How to be an Actor in One Easy Lesson
A fun and funny interactive experience.
~ Do As I Say
An interactive workshop demonstrating the director’s art.
~ Ten Groundbreaking American Musicals
View video clips of scenes from American musicals and discuss how they contributed to or changed the direction of musical theatre.
~ Why did I hate it and the critics gave it two thumbs up?
Learn why you like what you like in the theatre, and what the critics look for when they review a play