DECONSTRUCTING THE ZOMBIE LOOK 

Make-Up Workshop

Oct. 24th

Wigs, hair, & makeup master Lindsay Saier will take you on a journey to create a specific “undead” character through makeup. The lesson will include aging your Zombie, refining a sickly look, and rendering the bite that finished you off! 

DYNAMIC DUO FACE PAINTING

Make-Up Workshop

Oct. 25th

Grab an artist from your pod and prepare together for the most costumed day of the year. Each member will apply a different look using the other as their canvas.

HELP PVTC BE A LIGHT  FOR OUR COMMUNITY

Support PVTC

Consider a donation to keep your children engaged, artists employed, and the community thriving during this time of physical distance. With your continued support, PVTC can survive the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to inspire artistic excellence and build community now and in the future.

1/7

Dear PVTC Students and Families,

 

At PVTC, we tell stories onstage that focus on hope and transformation.

 

Right now, there is a larger story playing out on the nation’s stage and we want to add our voices to the conversation. We at PVTC unequivocally believe that Black Lives Matter, and we stand in solidarity with voices across the country who are calling out for justice. PVTC is committed to creating a safe space where people of all ages, abilities, ethnicities and backgrounds feel welcomed and included. We are dedicated to equity, diversity, and inclusion. And, we recognize that there is so much work that we can do as allies within our organization.

 

Here are some first steps the PVTC team is taking to double down on our commitment to equity: 

  • Creating a revamped training session in topics of identity and inclusion for our summer camp staff.

  • Sending PVTC staff to a multi-day symposium focusing on community-based, civically-minded theatre practice.

  • Dedicating resources toward sessions with trained Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) facilitators in the coming years to ensure a deep commitment to continued learning.

 

This is just a first step. Are there suggestions you have for the PVTC community to engage more deeply in anti-racism and EDI practices? Let us know! We’re excited to be in the conversation with you.

 

We all have a lot of learning to do. Members of the PVTC staff have found these resources to be useful in our own learning. If you’re interested in engaging with Black Lives Matter movement, we encourage you to check them out: 

 

 

Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory

945 Portola Road

Portola Valley, CA 94028

  • w-facebook
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon

Contact Us

email: info@pvtc-ca.org

Tel: (650) 530-2428

© 2013 by Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory