CENTER FOR THEATRE EDUCATION
This project is supported by a grant from the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council, HeARTS for the ARTS, the Abilene Arts Alliance, and the City of Abilene.
Ginger Vinson is the Board President of Abilene Community Theatre, but she would list being mother to her children, Daniel and Ann Marie, as her most important job. Ginger is always either in the Box Office or behind the scenes at ACT. She recently directed Othello, A Piece of my Heart, CTE’s Annie, Jr., and The Andrews Brothers. She is happily married to her husband, Darrell, and proudly holds an M. Ed in Counseling from Hardin-Simmons University. Currently, Ginger is employed at Abilene High School as the Technical Theatre Director. She believes that theatre education is vital to teach empathy and compassion in today’s world. She is excited to be leading the CTE Spring 2019 class!
The mission of ACT's Center for Theatre Education is to create a safe, inviting environment where individuals of all ages and backgrounds can grow in self-confidence and creativity while feeling free to experience, learn about, and nurture a love and respect for all elements of theatre.
The CTE hopes to make this experience available to all socio-econmic levels and all traditionally underserved populations of the Big Country.
Please contact us if you would like to learn more about how you can help provide scholarship opportunities for future students.