Enchanted Circle Theater Enchanted Circle Theater

Enchanted Circle Stands in Solidarity

We stand in solidarity with those protesting. We stand in solidarity with our Black friends and artists. We stand with determination against racial injustice.

Our collective hearts are breaking with the tragic murders of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and far too many other African American men and women in our country in recent and not-so-recent years. These hateful murders are part of a long and sorrowful history of injustice and systemic racism in the United States. We cannot and will not be silent. As an arts in education organization, we have always been committed to creative and courageous solutions that can change the world for the better. We are committed to a world in which Black people and all People of Color can feel safe, loved, free, and have the same opportunity to live a full and meaningful life.

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Engaging, Enhancing & Inspiring Learning

WHO WE ARE

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Engaging, Enhancing & Inspiring Learning

WHO WE ARE

We Teach Students

In our artist-in-residence programs, students and teachers are immersed in the creative process of learning as they create and perform original works linked to their curriculum.

We Train Teachers

We expand the capacity of teachers to integrate the arts into virtually everything they teach as a means to engage all learners.

We Collaborate

ECT works in partnership with area social service agencies, integrating the arts with family literacy and life skills, and developing socially relevant theater with young people.

We Perform

We are a professional theater company. We create and perform original plays on historical, cultural and socially relevant themes designed to engage, educate, and capture the imagination of our audiences.

” We got to actually integrate theater games and techniques into our lessons to enhance teaching in language arts, science, social studies, and math!  This was exactly what I needed.”

~ Teacher, Springfield