Prepare Children’s Stories and Artwork for Theatre Arts Education Program

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Prepare Children’s Stories and Artwork for Theatre Arts Education Program

ATW is in need of volunteers to help Type the children’s stories, organize their artwork and other admin projects

By The Actors Theatre Workshop

When and where

Date and time

May 24 · 3pm - June 14 · 6pm EDT


The Actors Theatre Workshop 145 West 28th Street 3F New York, NY 10001

About this event

The Builders of the New World Program (BNW) is The Actors Theatre Workshop (ATW’s) award-winning after-school theater-arts education program, which has been serving homeless and at-risk youth living in NYC's temporary housing facilities since 1995. 

Our program helps at-risk students express their voice, see beyond their current circumstances, and envision a positive future. And they need you to reach their full potential!

Our program includes 8 weeks of life-changing creative classes for the children taught by ATW’s Artistic Director and Founder Thurman E. Scott, family-style meals we enjoy together at each session, holiday classes, and a final performance for the community.

ATW is in need of volunteers to be on-site to help type the children’s stories and organize their artwork after every class. To sign-up for this event, please RSVP with link


Wednesday, May 24 - June 14 from 3:00-6:00 PM

Volunteers will do:

-Type and organize children's stories

-Organize art from our Spring 2023 BNW Children’s classes 

-Type up mentor reports for the day. 

- Other administrative projects

About the organizer

The Actors Theatre Workshop (ATW) is an award-winning nonprofit theatre and educational institution located in Chelsea. Since 1990, ATW has used theatre principles to educate children and adults, and helped them achieve their potential through drama. ATW’s programs address some of the profound struggles we confront today as a nation by educating our youth, giving people hope, and providing children and adults from all walks of life with creative tools to bridge our racial and cultural differences.