The Lysistrata Project believes it’s important to teach our youngsters about peaceful resistance. That’s why we are empowering teachers and students around the globe to join us! We’ve created a downloadable study guide for use in your classroom.
The Lysistrata Project Study Guide is complete with background information about the play and ways to relate it to our lives today. It focuses on themes such as creatively standing up for what you believe in and the history of non-violent protesting. Included are written assignments and projects for use in your classroom.
About Lysistrata Project’s Education Director:
Marcie Sturiale has been an acting coach and a theatre educator throughout Central New York with such organizations as the Metropolitan School for the Arts, the Central New York Institute for Aesthetic Education, Onondaga Community College, the Syracuse City School District, and Syracuse Stage. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education and Theatre from Oswego State and is a Master’s Degree candidate at New York University in Educational Theatre. Marcie has studied theatre education extensively in the United Kingdom. She is currently employed by Tony Randall’s National Actors Theatre as the Program Director in Education. She also works on the education programs of RENT, CHICAGO, FLOWER DRUM SONG, and LA BOHEME.