Over the past four months, Angelique has taught residencies at eight different schools in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Due to the pandemic, seven of these residencies were virtual, but this pivot has taught her how to engage students in theatre in a multitude of ways.
Through these residences, she has worked with students grades K-12. With her younger students, she used games like WOOSH! and songs that connect to certain characters to have the students identify and understand the story of Romeo and Juliet. With her older students she has helped them create set and costume designs for King John, write sonnets, and even analyze gender and performance through Shakespeare's text.
Some of her favorite projects include the 30-minute version of Richard III she directed with the wonderful students of Covedale Elementary (see picture to the left) and working with the design students of Gallatin County High School to design their own productions of King John.