If you’ve already come to a performance, you can stay involved with Staging Old Masters!
You can return to the Pulitzer during open hours, for a second look at the Old Masters exhibit. How have the actors’ stories, recreations, observations and dramas shaped your experience of these timeless works of art?
If you are an employer interested in seeing the resumes of the actors, or if you’d like to interview an actor for employment, you can contact Employment Connection, or e-mail Lisa Harper Chang (Staging Old Masters producer, MSW, Master of Community Engagement at the Pulitzer) at email@example.com. Every actor who has completed Staging Old Masters’s six-week training and run of performances has demonstrated him- or herself to be motivated, imaginative, punctual, hard-working and team-oriented.
If you’re interested in getting involved with the programs at the Pulitzer Foundation or its collaborative partners— Prison Performing Arts, Employment Connection, the Brown School of Social Work and the Performing Arts Department at Washington University—you can contact Lisa Harper Chang.