WE ARE EXCITED TO BRING THE GOODWIN PROJECT TO THE MADISON COMMUNITY
Available for viewing online and for free: December 10 – 17th anytime!
The Goodwin Project is a series of four short plays written by the brilliant Idris Goodwin and combined with educational content created by our Goodwin Project Educational Content Team. The purpose is to start tough conversations about race within the households and classrooms of Madison and beyond! It provides families and teachers with a well-designed toolkit to address race in an insightful, groundbreaking, and helpful way.
CTM will be producing The Water Gun Song (2nd grade & up) and Nothing Rhymes with Juneteenth (5th grade & up). Along with these plays, CTM will showcase #matter (9th grade & up), directed and produced by Cody Spellman and Black Flag (10th grade & up), which was adapted and directed by Sophia Capp.
BONUS CONTENT MADE TO ACCOMPANY EACH PLAY
We are so excited to offer bonus educational content for each show. This includes activities for teachers and parents to do with their kids, a talkback session for all audiences, and study guides exclusively for our teachers. All plays and educational content of The Goodwin Project will be free to the public.
OUR BBIPOC TEAM OF PRODUCERS, ARTISTS AND EDUCATORS
The CTM community celebrates visible and invisible differences in identity, gender expression, age, culture, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, physical ability, learning style, religion, occupation, nationality, immigration status, socio-economic status, and life experiences that span these differences. With this in mind, a team of talented BBIPOC artists and professionals were assembled to bring these plays to life through the CTM platform.THE PLAYS AND CONTENT ARE FREE!All plays and bonus content will be available to stream beginning December 10th and viewable anytime until December 17th. Check back for access!