The New Age of Libraries: Community Centers for All As the United States has progressed into the 21st-century and we have seen technology tighten its grip on our daily lives, our 9000+ public libraries have been tasked with adapting. Of course, one of the most obvious areas of change has been the offer of e-books… Read More

My childhood was dominated by Barbie. She decided much of my schedule; dinner time was pushed back and back until my mother broke the doll’s spell by shutting her away in the DreamHouse and banning me from the playroom. I got over my tears by the entree. I recognize a similar affinity in my nephew’s… Read More

Ryan Duda
February 7, 2017

There are moments in an artist’s life, or anyone’s life for that matter, where we question the direction our life is going.  We take into account every decision we’ve made, every opportunity we’ve taken advantage of or turned down, and the many paths ahead of us that we could possibly travel down.  We may ask… Read More

We are constantly answering questions about how to introduce the art of theatre to individuals with disabilities. Of course, why we have a passion to introduce theatre to this population requires a discussion on equality, opportunity and choice. In our quest to fully reflect the mission of 4th Wall, we focus on the concepts of… Read More

As a lead instructor for 4th Wall you can’t help but worry the day of the show. Over the past however many weeks, our students are memorizing lines, practicing songs, and rehearsing dances, all in order to impress our guests on the big day. All you really want is a show that your students feel… Read More