Outreach programs range from short to long-term, providing many opportunities for partnerships and
collaborations with non-profit agencies, schools, local businesses and membership organizations. Projects
include performing at festivals, malls and community events, staffing informational booths, mask making,
holiday caroling, and so forth at a variety of venues around South Florida. Other partnerships have
included collaborations with schools and social service agencies to present programs that tackle
community challenges such as literacy, bullying, and health crisis. FLCT also provides arts integration
instruction and modeling with a variety of partner organizations.
Partnerships include providing workshops, classes, performances, performance opportunities, free tickets, production support, meeting and performance space, costume and sets, consulting and more.
If you would like us to provide outreach programming, develop a program, or partner with us on an existing program, please contact us at 954-763-6882 or email email@example.com.
Recent Highlighted Partnerships
FLCT produced the entertainment portion of their Halloween special event for kids
City of Coral Springs
FLCT provided hands on workshops and performances for their annual Martin Luther King Day diversity event for middle and high school students.
Broward County Parks and Recreation New Starz Program
FLCT consulted on a six-park camp program and produced a professional talent show at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
City of Fort Lauderdale Summer Camp (South Side School)
FLCT programmed and staffed a theatre camp for the city, including providing performance venue and technical support
FLCT provided a performance of a one-man Martin Luther King multi-media performance piece for the grand opening of the new cultural center
Teaching Artist Certification Program
In partnership with South Florida Cultural Consortium, Arts for Learning in Miami, and Broward Cultural Division, this program created and implemented a certification pilot program for teaching artists that is now being explored by the Division of Cultural Affairs, Florida Department of State and the Florida Association of Arts Educators to be implemented statewide.
Belle Glade Preschool Teacher Professional Development
Provides art-infusion training for teachers with credit through Palm Beach State College, in partnership with the State of Florida and Florida Association of Arts
Broward Schools Student Enrichment for the Arts (SEAS) Program
FLCT produced the African folk-tale Why Mosquitoes Buzzed performed for Broward Schools elementary students at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Suicide Prevention Forum
Provided inspirational performances for the forum, in partnership the League of Women’s Voters and the City of Pompano Beach
Silver Knights Awards
FLCT staff acted as judges in the music, dance and theatre categories.
South Florida Thespians
FLCT staff acted as judges for district competitions
Other recent outreach program partners include:
10 Days of Connection
Arc Broward Artopia
Arts for Learning Miami
Belle Glade Elementary
Broward County Women Lawyers’ Association
Broward Cultural Council
Broward Family Life
Calvary Christian Academy
Care Vitas Hospice
Christmas on Las Olas
Deerfield Park Elementary
Dillard Center for the Arts
Disney Performing Arts Exceptional Theatre Company
Florida Alliance for Arts Education
Fort Lauderdale Rotary Club
Funding Arts Broward
Green Children’s House Montessori
Henderson Mental Healh
Hialeah Gardens Elementary
Hillel Day School
Kids In Distress
Lake Forest Elementary
Lighthouse for the Blind Men of Style
Miami Music Project
Museum of Discovery and Science
National Association of Arts and Letters
North Andrews Gardens Elementary
Nova Southeastern Life Long Learning Institute
Palm Beach State College
Parkway Middle School
Partnership for Arts Integreation Teaching (PAInT)
Posnack Hebrew Day School
Silver Palm Awards
The Sagemont School
Theatre League of South Florida
Turnaround Arts Willow Wood Assisted Living
Winterfest Boat Parade
Wolf Trap Early Learning Initiative
Institute for Arts Integration
In partnership with Broward Cultural Division, FLCT is working to coordinate county-wide programming to better serve both the
providers and the constituents. Programs such as the Arts Education Directory, Kid Culture, and Arts in Health will all be managed
through The Institute. The School Board of Broward County committed space in their Gulfstream Early Learning Center site in Hallandale that will serve as a model arts integrated classroom. Programs also offer in-class demonstrations and professional development workshops for teachers to model arts-infusion techniques, with all activities are linked to educational standards.
A Bridge From Me To You
In 1993 FLCT’s Executive Artistic Director, Janet Erlick, created A BRIDGE FROM ME TO YOU to address the complex needs of South Florida’s ethnically diverse school community. It specifically focused on mutual respect, juvenile violence and bullying in public schools, with an emphasis on multiculturalism. Modified over the years to better meet the needs of South Florida’s youth, A BRIDGE FROM ME TO YOU continues to use theatre as a tool for community building and peaceful conflict resolution. BRIDGE celebrates the diversity of South Florida while also recognizing areas of commonality and shared experiences. Through improvisation, group discussions and writing, students question, brainstorm and discuss positive alternatives to bullying, name calling, fighting and juvenile violence in a safe forum. Each student actively participates as they identify and practice problem-solving skills, strategize about ways to handle difficult situations, and develop higher order thinking and social skills.
To have us offer this program at your school or organization or if you wish to support or sponsor this program,
please contact us at (954) 763-6882.
From Page To Stage
In 2002 Executive Artistic Director, Janet Erlick, created FROM PAGE TO STAGE to address concerns about student performance in reading and writing. PAGE uses theatre education games, exercises and techniques to bring written words to life, helping students improve their academic performance, with a particular emphasis on comprehension. Improved reading comprehension affects all assessments of student achievement, and assists children with writing, self-expression and other skills, critical to all areas of adult life. PAGE also provides classroom teachers with additional student assessment tools and supplemental arts-infused classroom activities that address a myriad of learning styles and abilities, including the special educational needs of students whose primary language is not English. PAGE can be offered as a multi-week in-school residency program or as individual one-day workshops.
To bring this program to your school or organization, or if you wish to support this program with a financial contribution, please contact us at (954) 763-6882.