Call for Contributors!

We’re looking to add to our Writer(s) Team! If you’re interested in one or more of the following, do send your resume to our founder, Megan, at megan@thewriteteachers.com. theatre (Both Broadway AND regional theatre) visual arts literature – all things bookish film television arts education music We’re interested in perspectives from artists, educators, and audience members alike! Deadline to apply is July 5, 2016. Get. Writing! Live, Love, Learn, Megan & The… Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Spotlight: Ruby Manger

Hello Beautiful People!  While I wish I could’ve been there with Ruby, rehearsal called. And so, our newest guest contributor, TJ Newton so graciously was able to attend the evening, and let all of our Write Teach Readers in on the whirlwind that is Ruby Manger!  xo Megan  ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ On Monday, October 27th I was given the opportunity to see Ruby Manger: The Farewell Engagement at 54 Below. Immediately as I walked… Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Review: Under My Skin

Hello Beautiful People, The Write Teacher(s) Team and myself are SUPER busy this season.  Which is amazing. And what’s even more amazing is when we have Guest Writers come in and review the countless shows that we’re so honored to be invited to. So, allow me to introduce you to Jesse James Keitel, the author of this fantastic review of this MUST see show, Under My Skin. I had the pleasure of… Read More

GUEST POSTIN’ – Who Needs Teaching Artists? By Caleb Winebrenner

Hello Friends, One of the challenges of working in an “emergent” field is that practically nobody knows exactly what you do. I often get asked, “What exactly is a teaching artist?” I sometimes wonder if I should describe it like a recipe: Add equal parts artist, advocate, and educator in large bowl. Knead well until smooth, working out any cracks or bubbles. Season to taste with a dash of entrepreneurship. Work in… Read More