Welcome to Eureka Street Learning!
We’ve seen firsthand that theater arts unlock student potential. Act out the Battle of Hastings, drum to learn math, or interview Genghis Khan? Sure! More than that, improv and drama develop the life skills that nurture success in school and life.
This is especially true for the differently abled. For many, eye contact, emotional expression, body language, spatial awareness, and social interaction can be difficult.
So we’re excited to bring Shakespeare’s Heartbeat to Northern California. Developed by Kelly Hunter of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare’s Heartbeat uses the heartbeat rhythm of Shakespeare’s words and the physicality of his characters to develop communication and life skills for people on the autism spectrum.
Our recent workshops at Guiding Hands School were a tremendous success: