At STREB, all partnerships are thoughtfully undertaken, as we work closely with our partners to develop a program that meets the needs and interests of their communities. Some partnerships are more action based, focused on experiencing the physicality of PopAction, creation, and choreography, while others are focused on arts appreciation with a rehearsal visit and discussion with Elizabeth Streb and the dancers.
SLAM SHOW INCLUSIVES
We were excited to welcome students from John Jay College’s Immigrant Student Success Center and Opportunity Network Fellows to take part in a SLAM Show Inclusive this past May, 2022 as we re-started our Home Season shows in person!
Students attended a performance of STREB’s FAILING FORWARD show then were introduced to some of the Action Heroes and participated in an experiential class following the performance.
Community organization inclusive experiences will be available at STREB’s fall home season performances Nov 19-Dec 18, 2022. To learn more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.
Elementary, middle and high school classes, university and community groups come to SLAM for an immersive experience that introduces participants to all things SLAM — open rehearsals, discussion with company members, behind-the-scenes tech tours and classes in PopAction technique and circus arts and popcorn!
Arrange a group visit to a STREB EXTREME ACTION rehearsal. All Company rehearsals are free and open to the public, but a group visit can be arranged to also include a focused conversation with Elizabeth Streb and the Action Heroes where your group will get a peek into the creative process.
IN SCHOOL RESIDENCIES
Each year, STREB collaborates with schools and community groups both at their homes and at SLAM to design programs that encourage participants to explore, exchange, create and connect.
Semester and year-long residencies allow students to participate in weekly sessions in school—scaffolding on a dance or a physical education curriculum—with a team of STREB Action Heroes. School residencies may culminate in a field trip or a performance for peers, teachers and families.