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Carol Glynn Productions is associated with and/or has held contacts with the following arts and community organizations


Key Associations

The Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism:
        Carol is a Master Teaching Artist, a Hot Schools Artist, and represents the  state through the Roster of Performing Artists.
        HOTS TRAINING , Summer Institute - 1996-2000, 2009
        Institute Faculty/Staff - 2001-2005

The Connecticut Alliance for Arts Education:
        The Alliance awarded Carol the 1996 Distinguished Residency Artist award.
        Commissioner of Education, Ted Sergi, presented the award at the Legislative Office Building, Hartford, CT

Discover Writing Company. www.discoverwriting.com
        Author: Learning on Their Feet, Sourcebook for Kinesthetic Learning Across the Curriculum, K-8, also published by Blake Publishing in Australia.
        Featured Presenter: Carol Out of the Box, Video/DVD Lessons in Kinesthetic Learning
        Contributor: 51 Wacky We-Search Reports, by Barry Lane
        National Seminars/ Keynotes 2000-present

Blake Education: Australia:
        Author Learning on Their Feet, Sourcebook for  Kinesthetic Learning Across the Curriculum,(Three Books:  Lower Primary, Middle Primary, and Upper Primary).

Connecticut Storytelling Center, Connecticut College
        Featured Artist- Connecticut Storytelling Festival 1994, 1996, 2001
        Touring Workshop, performing artist 1997- present
        Play in a Day Project 2002-present

The Penny Ante Theater - 1978-1986 Tour
        Artistic Director 1985-1986
        Actor/ Workshop Leader 1978-1985
        National Touring Professional Theater for children of all ages.
        Highlights include: Lincoln Center, Out of Doors Festival 1984, International Childrens Festival, Wolftrap Farm Park, Vienna VA 1984


International Conference Engagements

European Council for International Schools, Conference 2003: Hamburg, Germany: Featured Presenter


National Conference/ Workshop Engagements

Michigan Council Teachers of English: Lansing, Michigan 2010
"Focusing the Kaleidoscope:  Re-imagining English Language Arts in Michigan."  Lunchtime Featured Presenter, Workshop Leader

New England Consortium of Artist-Educator Professionals, (including the state arts councils of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire)   “Widening the Circle Conference”  2010 , Featured Presenter

Lewiston Public Schools,  Lewiston , Maine: 2009  Leader,  One week teacher/student residency.

State of Vermont: Department of Education:  Teachers Who Write Conference: 2008  Featured Presenter

Cathedral Home for Children/Mae Olson Edu.Center, Laramie, WY- 2008     Seminar Leader

Gold River/Mohave Reading Council, Bull Head City, Arkansas - 2008 Seminar Leader

Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District – Bilingual and ESL Summer Academy,  For Teachers of English Language Learners – 2007  Featured Presenter

North Carolina Reading Association, Greensboro, NC 2005 Featured Presenter

Lane Educational Service District: American History, 2004 Eugene, Oregon Featured Presenter

Write To Learn Conference: Missouri February, 2003 Opening Keynote Speaker- All the World’s a Stage.”

University of California at Irvine, Conference for Teachers- 2002 Interacting with Texts: Fostering Literacy in the K-12 Classroom Featured/Speaker and Presenter

Colorado Council International Reading Association 2002 Featured/Speaker and Presenter - Conference on Literacy, Denver, CO,

New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)
            Featured Speaker and Presenter – 28th Annual Conference, Providence , RI 2004
            Featured Speaker and Presenter – 26th Annual Conference, Providence, RI 2002
            Featured Speaker and Presenter – Unified Arts Conference, Sturbridge, MA 2002


CT Professional Development/ Conference/ Workshop Engagements


Artist in Residence School Programs (Since 1989)
5 - 33 days (Individual performances and workshops under five days are not listed.)

Additional Projects and Associations

Thames Valley Music School, Arts Camp, Connecticut College, New London, CT – Circus Instructor, 2010

Flanders Community Theater: East Lyme, CT 2006-2008 Producer, Director, Performer :  A Community Theater of teachers, administrators, school staff, parents, artists, musicians , friends, and families, dedicated to presenting high quality musical entertainment. All proceeds after expenses ($19,000) were donated to The Tommy Fund For Childhood Cancer.
           Godspell: East Lyme Middle School, 2006                                              
           Working: East Lyme High School, 2008
Lillie B. Haynes Elementary School, East Lyme, CT                                                              
PROJECT MIND, Creator, Director, Teaching Artist 2001-2002
Haynes school students were relocated to Camp Rowland, a National Guard Training Camp site, for an entire month at the end of 2002. Project Mind was a comprehensive artist residency program in all grades simultaneously, integrated directly into the curriculum. All twenty classes worked with professional artists on long term projects that accessed their multiple intelligences and presented them to their peers, and the public. This project was the focal point of the curriculum in all grades for the entire month of May and June 2002. Job requirements included raising all funds, hiring and scheduling all artists workshops, performances, and spaces, writing nine student plays, five songs, supervising specialists schedules, gathering all props and costumes, and directing school reading assembly, parent information assembly, and Board of education presentations

S.T.A.R. (Students Terrific Artistic Renditions) Literacy and Friends
Director: 2000, 2001, 2003 Workshop Instructor: 2001, 2003
Second Graders from Haynes School in East Lyme and Winthrop School in New London, CT work with professional dramatists, musicians, and visual artists, to bring literature to life, as they make new friends with students from a different socioeconomic background.

Carillon Historical Park, Dayton Ohio
Playwright- “A Matter of Balance” Featured play to celebrate 100 years of flight (2003). This play was selected as a featured presentation as a prelude to a speech by President Bush

Mystic Seaport, The Museum of America and the Seas
Playwright , (1996) Fishtory. A participatory play about fishery history with three
actors. Saturday is Their Sabbath Day - A monologue for one actor about the
life of a worker in Greenmanville (site of Mystic Seaport Museum)

Norwalk Maritime Center in cooperation with Cooperative Educational Services of Bridgeport,
Playwright, Stage Director, (June 1996) for pilot project "Dr Livingsound's Great Adventure" A student participatory play about Long Island Sound.

Creative Connections
Creative Arts Parenting Program- (1989-95)
Carol worked with incarcerated mothers and their children, teaching them creative skills, and fostering their self esteem to improve their parenting skills.
Artistic Director Star Theatre, (1991-1997) a touring theater of young teenagers with social and emotional challenges.

Very Special Arts Connecticut (1993)
Teaching Artist, Workshops for teachers. Curriculum related arts workshops for mainstream and special needs students.

Creative Arts in Education - Eugene O'Neill Theater Center (1987-1999)
Staff Artist - Classroom Teacher - Performer
Director- Project Earth 2000- 1989/90 Awarded state and regional awards for environmental education. Project involved two school districts, seventy teachers and twelve hundred students.
O'Neill Theater Center and Coast Guard Auxiliary
Director, Playwright, "Safety on the Seas", created for a middle school performers and a elementary audiences.

The Garde Arts Center in conjunction with The Task Force for Racial Equity, New London/Waterford Summer Institute, Missoula Children's Theater, and Project Learn
    Arts in Education Workshops for Teachers, Students,
    Director/ Playwright- SETFREE Teen Theater, 1993
    Director - Summer Institute 1994
    Staff Artist - Missoula Children's Theater, 1996

Flock Theater, New London, CT
    A variety of collaborations.
    Board Member 1999

East Lyme Youth Services Association
Carol has written and produced five productions including "It Could Be You, an Aids Story" (nominated for state award in Aids Education) with high school students, and "Peer Pressure", with middle school students.
Artistic Director - Prevention Players, (Fall 1990- 1997) An regional touring theater of high school students that addressed current teenage issues for their peers with original material.
Co- Director, Prevention Players, New London (1996), A satellite troupe. Performed original material alone and in conjunction with Prevention Players, East Lyme.
Summer Youth Theater Project - Summer theater with middle school students on teen issues 1998, 1999

Groton Youth and Family Services/Groton Public Library
Director- “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Adapted by Carol Glynn, 2005
Director/Playwright, "Believe in Yourself" Teen Theater. Summer 1991
" If We Were in Charge of the World" Teen Theater Summer 1992
Director, Solutions Theater (Fall 1993 - 2000) - touring theater of middle school students, dedicated to presenting original material on teen issues.

The Connecticut Prison Association - Arts in Corrections - Drama and Music.
Toured with Gospel singers to Churches and Fundraisers- Soup Kitchens

Library Theater – 1982 Tour, Maryland Schools: Little Red Riding Hood, Sponsored by the National Nutrition Board.  1983. Wolf Trap Farm Park, Vienna Virginia – Fairy Tales.

The Southern Connecticut Library Council

Eastern CT Ballet - East Lyme, CT - Drama Instructor Summer Camp 1997

Connecticut Student Performing Arts Festival -  1994 Wesleyan University

Arts on the Edge - New Haven, 1996, 1997

International Festival of Arts and Ideas, New Haven 1998

Discovery Museum, Bridgeport - Barnum and Beyond
Sunday Celebrations - 1998

Summer Music - Theater Instructor - Summer Music Arts Camp
1992, 1994, 1999. Consultant 1993 Visiting Artist 1999,2000

Ledyard Youth Services, Montville Youth Services, Waterford Youth Services, Old Lyme Youth Services,  Stonington Youth ServicesPreston Parks and Recreation - Ongoing workshops and performances.

Ocean Beach Park Director Kids Night 1989-1991

Hall Communications- Copywriter, Commercial Voice 1988 - 2000

Numerous Libraries and School Districts- Performer, Teacher, Professional Development


Carol's Book: Learning On Their Feet
Carol's Video Set: Carol Out Of The Box
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