Spring 2017 School of Yes! After-School Residency
Introducing School of YES!'s upcoming Spring 2017 residency presented with the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. School of Yes! is free with scholarships offered from Cara Mía Theatre Co. and the Oak Cliff Cultural Center!
Students Age 7-10 years Residency Thursdays 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, February 9th - March 9th, Oak Cliff Cultural Center
Students Age 11-14 years Residency Tuesdays & Wednesdays 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, January 17th - March 9th, Oak Cliff Cultural Center
Deadline Friday, January 13th at 10:00AM
(Theatre/Visual Arts 7-10 year old students)
Frida is a Mexican-born artist. She holds her BFA in Dramatic Literature and Theatre at U.N.A.M., and studied physical theatre at the DTdC in Mexico City. In 2005, she moved to Dallas to join Cara Mía Theatre Co. She teaches theatre, puppetry, and visual arts as part of CMTC's Educational Programs for Youth. Frida has written and directed several plays for children. Frida has also served Cara Mía Theatre Co. as director, editor and ensemble of the Broadway en Español Series with AT&T Performing Arts Center.
(Theatre Arts 11-14 year old students)
Jeffrey is a writer, director, actor, cofounder of PrismCo, and ensemble member of Cara Mia Theater Co. He has been working in the DFW area for the last four years for theatre companies like Undermain Theatre, Trinity Shakespeare, Water Tower, Dallas Shakespeare, and the Dallas Theater Center. He has taught with a number of Dallas school programs like Junior Players, and School of Yes! Jeffrey is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University theatre program and earned his B.F.A. in Theatre in 2013.
Gerardo Macías Robles
(Visual Arts 11-14 year old students)
Gerardo currently lives and works in Oak Cliff at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of North Texas College of Visual Arts and Design in 2011. Gerardo received an associate's degree in Art from Mountain View College in 2009. By pursuing art as a career, Gerardo wishes to be an example for people who grew up in a similar setting, so that they are not afraid to invest in their talents and to pursue their passion.