Technical Theater Workshop (4 Sessions)

J. Tyler Lewis

Saturdays May 4, 11, 18, June 1

Step into the world behind the spotlight and explore the fascinating realm of technical theater with an emphasis on mental health and informed decision-making.

This comprehensive workshop covers essential aspects such as set design, lighting, sound engineering, and stage management. Through interactive sessions and practical demonstrations, participants will not only acquire valuable technical skills but also engage in discussions on maintaining balance, managing stress, and fostering a supportive team environment.

Whether you're a newcomer to theater or an experienced technician seeking to expand your knowledge, join us for an enriching experience that blends craftsmanship with personal well-being.

Support provided by a Kenneth Reams Arts for Justice Grant

Join us at the ARTx3 Campus for an exciting theatrical journey with the Kenneth Reams: Arts for Justice Grant-sponsored “Theater for Change” program! Dive into the world of theatre through a series of engaging classes every Saturday, featuring acting, playwriting, stage management, and directing.

This unique opportunity is designed for community members and volunteers of all ages to discover and enhance their theatrical skills while aligning with the inspiring messages and mission of artist Kenneth Reams. Each program consists of five classes tailored to specific age groups, ensuring everyone has the chance to hear the artist's story and the magic of theater.

Lindsey Collins
Assistant Director
(870) 536-3375
About the Instructor

J. Tyler Lewis

J. Tyler Lewis is the Education Programs Coordinator for the ARTx3 Campus, mostly recognized for the Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. Before working for ARTx3, Tyler was the Technical Theatre Teacher and Auditorium Manager for Little Rock Central High School where he was recognized as a Teacher of the Year (2023) and an Excellence in Theatre Education. During his time, Tyler developed the Technical Theatre Program starting with under 40 students (2018) to having 150 students enrolled (2023). Tyler has a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre arts from Ouachita Baptist University. He is also a 2020 Cohort graduate of Arkansas Teacher Corps, earning his teaching certification.


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