Girls That Create has put together a list of resources for families with girls who wish to become actors and have careers in theater. If you would like to suggest organizations or resources to add to this list, please contact us at erin(at)girlsthatcreate.com. Thank you.
American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE): Works to ensure that every young person experiences quality theatre arts in their lives provided by proficient, talented artists and educators.
Hamilton Education Program: Part of the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s broader mission to improve the teaching and learning of American history. Free and open to students grades 6–12 anywhere, whether learning at home with their family or under the supervision of a teacher at school.
The Kilroys: Collective of playwrights, directors and producers in LA and NYC who are done talking about gender parity and are taking action.
PBS Learning Media Theater: Discover the world of Theater with lesson plans, videos, interactive activities, and more.
The National Theatre for Children: Programs are now available as online performances.
The League of Professional Theatre Women: A membership organization for professional theater women representing a diversity of identities, backgrounds, and disciplines.
Working in the Theatre: American Theatre Wing’s documentary series produced to entertain audiences by revealing theatre’s inner-workings, profiling industry luminaries, and taking a closer look at unique stories that surround important work.
WP Theater: Theater company dedicated to developing, producing, and promoting the work of women+ at every stage of their careers.