Welcome to our first annual Workshop Week! We are The Cohort Theatre Company, a collective of artists striving to produce meaningful art that can positively impact the community and the world. We started as a student organization at The Ohio State University and have since grown into a professional theatre company full of artists, creators, and thinkers from a myriad of disciplines.
In addition to facing the coronavirus pandemic, we're currently being called to action by a social movement that asks us to confront the grave injustices impacting Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). Our Workshop Week aims to address both of these issues by offering a meaningful blend of creative challenges and difficult conversations. We believe that art can change the world, and it starts with you!
If you attend one of more of the sessions, please consider donating! 100% of proceeds from Workshop Week will go to the Black Queer & Intersectional Collective (BQIC)
. BQIC is a grassroots community organization in Columbus, Ohio that works towards the liberation of Black LGBTQ+ people from all walks of life through direct action, community organizing, education, and creating space to uplift their voices.
Donations can be made through our Venmo: @CohortTheatre-Company
No prior training is needed. All of our workshops have been crafted to benefit everyone from beginners to advanced learners. We have classes and performances ranging from movement, voice, mime, playwriting, filmmaking, auditioning, acting, magic, and so much more!
If you have any questions regarding the workshops, zoom, or membership, please contact Matt Greenberg
or Lillian Brown