2019. Boots on the Ground Theater, Inc. Cocoa, FL

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Everyone has a right to artistic expression.

​We all benefit from arts integration into our communities.

There are concrete skills that art teaches you that extend far beyond art itself.

Artistic tools allow creativity to be unlocked, which is essential for every individual regardless of careers or goals.

Every student is unique and should be educated as an individual.

GROUP CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

Inclusive 

Theater

Inclusive Theater strives to create a space for people with disabilities to be creative, use their voices, and build communication skills. Participants will engage in theater exercises and games with the help of facilitators made up of Boots on the Ground team members.

Theater of the

Oppressed (T.O.) 

Theater of the Oppressed (TO) is a practice of theater that challenges social and political themes within communities. Using targeted performance techniques, T.O. opens discussions and challenges that we each face within our communities and dissects them. The work does not provide solutions to the issues, rather, it sheds light onto issues that hide in the dark. 

Improv

 

creating on the spot

Improv is more than a fun creative outlet, it is a powerful tool for on-the-spot problem solving, innovative thinking, and communication skills. Foster team building, wit, and performance skills and techniques in BOTG’s variety of tailored Improv courses and workshops.

Whether you’re a corporation or after school program, these classes are the perfect way to ramp up your organization. If you, your organization, or someone you know is interested in any of these classes, please reach out      

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education that moves

Here at Boots on the Ground, we provide artistic tools that foster courageous spaces, voices, and stories. Whether you are just starting, or are a lifelong artist in the craft, our specifically tailored approach is designed to meet the needs of each individual and community. As a teaching organization,

we believe that:

“Art is not a mirror held up to reality

but a hammer with which to shape it.”

—Bertolt Brecht