The Hippodrome Improvisational Teen Theatre (HITT) program is an award-winning prevention and intervention program that has helped over 52,000 young people build the skills they need to protect them from addiction, violence and mental health issues.
It targets 100 percent at-risk youth from diverse backgrounds and ethnic populations, primarily economically disadvantaged, underserved and minority youth. It combines theatre techniques, improvisational scene work, role playing, large and small group interactions, educational games, and communication exercises to examine issues critical to young people, such as alcohol and substance use, bullying, delinquency, teen pregnancy, self-esteem, and HIV/AIDS.
HITT is coming to campus Friday, Nov. 6, and your involvement is welcomed!
What: HITT at Santa Fe
Who: All who wish to participate in improvisational theatre games, and devised theatre workshops with the members of The Hippodrome Theatre’s HITT program.
Topic: Alcohol Abuse and Binge Drinking
When: 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6
Information: Kevin Chu at email@example.com or visit www.hitt.org