Training and Workshops

PCC offers training intensives and professional development opportunities rooted in our devised theater and community engagement methodologies, as well as customized community-building and storytelling workshops for arts and community organizations. Our team offers inspiring and experiential workshops and trainings for youth, artists, life-long learners, arts educators, cultural workers, and community members in a variety of settings. PCC artists are also frequent speakers on performance practices and community engagement, and are available to speak or design presentations for specific environments.

Ongoing and one-time offerings include:

PCC Training Institute - a one-week intensive designed to engage and inspire artists, teachers, students, and community practitioners interested in developing unique performance projects that explore oral history, art, and community engagement.

Intensives - adaptable modules of our training institute for university, institutional, and organizational settings, that explore the company’s devised, documentary, interdisciplinary, or community-engaged theater practices.

Full or half-day workshops for conferences, community gatherings, and arts or educational environments exploring ensemble building, identity or affinity spaces, and expansive learning.

Teaching Artist Training - An annual professional development opportunity in which emerging and experienced artist-facilitators explore PCC’s arts education curriculum, best practices in skillful teaching artistry, and dynamic and inclusive approaches to engaging learners in the classroom.


For questions and inquiries please contact Education Director, Christina Bixland.

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