- Arts/Cultural Organization
- Educational Agency
- National Organization
- Recreation and Leisure Area
|535 Greenwich Street|
|New York, NY 10013|
|Phone #1: (212) 206-7789 (Local) |
|Phone #2: (212) 206-0200 (Fax) |
|Jason Matthews, Admissions Coordinator, (212) 206-7789, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|County/District where located: New York|
|Hours of operation: Mon.-Fri. 9:00 AM-5:00 PM|
|Funded by: Client Fees..|
|Additional information: The National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped, Inc. (NTWH) aspires to be the finest theatre arts-training institution in the world for persons with physical
disabilities. In addition to our workshop classes, we offer theatre and community workshops and forums for dramatic literature on themes of disability, maintain a
professional repertory theatre
that showcases the talents of NTWH students, and act as a management and promotion agency for our students. Materials can be provided in Braille or large print.
See descriptions for the following services: Education Services; Advocacy.
|NTWH advocates for persons with disabilities in the theatre and offers a forum for dramatic literature on themes of disability and challenges the exclusion of disabled students from existing theatre programs by offering both academic and practical programs.
|NTWH offers the highest level of professional academic instruction in acting, oral interpretation, music, movement, dance, playwriting, theatre management and
technical theatre. It provides students with communication and job-training skills that empower them to contribute to their communities and increase earning potential.
|NTWH creates a theatrical arena in which disabled and able-bodied actors and playwrights collaborate, train, and perform together.|
|Additional Locations Offices|
|96 Church Street|
|Belfast, ME 04915|
|Telephone: (207) 338-6894|