Sam Leichter has worked in theatre education for over seven years. Currently, in addition to NYCCT, Sam is a Teaching Artist with Theatre for a New Audience and George Street Playhouse. Sam is a company member and the Associate Education Director with the New Collectives. Sam served as the Education Manager at Marin Shakespeare Company in San Rafael California, overseeing in-school and after-school programs, adult/senior classes and workshops, as well as an extensive summer camp. Sam holds a BA from Bates College, and received his MFA in Acting from Rutgers, where he has taught Basic Acting to undergrads. Sam is a working actor, a member of of Actor’s Equity Association, and performs regularly in classics and new works.
Today, we are reaffirming our promise to serve all of New York City’s children. NYCCT will continue to promote diversity, teaching children that everyone’s story belongs on stage – and that their lives matter.
Today’s book recommendation, Hairy, Scary, Ordinary, explores how adjectives help us describe people, places, and more in our stories! Read the book and then write your own adjective-filled story with our activity book!