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Join SCT’s Artist in Residence, Satya Chávez, as they take you through a powerful new way of storytelling, by looping sounds and rhythms to help students create their very own music. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…! Over the course of this professional development session, classroom educators will interact with looping software, learn how to loop, create their own story, and use that to compose their own 1 minute song. Educators will leave with a short lesson plan to support their classrooms with a 10 minute looping exercise.

Educators, please note that you will need to bring a mobile device, like a phone or tablet to this class. We will ask that a looping software (Loopy HD app) be pre-loaded to this device ahead of class. This app costs $4.99 in the Apple App Store. If this is a barrier for you, SCT does have a limited number of iPads we can loan you for the PD. The iPads will have the app pre-loaded. Email us to request this accommodation.

After the PD session, Educators can stay to participate in community building time, before attending SCT’s 1:00pm performance of our production Luchadora! which Satya is an understudy for!

10:00am – 11:30am: Professional Development with Satya
11:30am – 12:30pm: Building Community (Optional)
–30 min break–
1:00pm – 2:30pm:  Attend the performance of “Luchadora!” (Optional — registration comes with one ticket)


Saturday, March 2nd, 2024


Seattle Children’s Theatre
201 W Thomas St, Seattle, WA 98109


Attendees are eligible to receive 4 clock hours for this event.

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About Satya Chávez

Satya Chávez (they/she/he) (SCT Artist in Residence) is an Indigenous Mexican-American, queer, multidisciplinary artist and theater maker. Their compositional work includes: Refuge, a border play co-created with Andrew Rosendorf, which received an NNPN Rolling World Premiere, Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award, a Venturous Theater Fund Grant, and a MAP Fund Grant, produced at Curious Theatre (True West Award), Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre (Non-Equity Wing Jeff Awards: Best Original Music in a Play, Best Ensemble, and Artistic Specialization), Unicorn Theatre, and Theatre Lab FAU; Seattle History Remix, a live looping musical co-created with Idris Goodwin (Seattle Children's Theatre); the Drama League Nominated, Where Did We Sit on the Bus?, by Brian Quijada (Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cleveland Playhouse, and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center); Brighter Futures a new TYA pop musical (Paramount Theatre); ¡Bernarda! (Teatro Vista); Late, A Cowboy Song (Wirtz Center); Hamlet and Ophelia (The Artistic Home); Empanada (The Public SA); Life on Paper (Jackalope Theatre Company); and Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night (Colorado Shakespeare Festival). Commissioning institutions include Paramount Theatre, TheatreSquared, Seattle Children’s Theater, Curious Theatre, and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Chávez is also the inaugural recipient of the Jeff Impact Fellowship. Keep in touch at

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Not an educator, but know a student interested in music and storytelling? Check out our Masterclass for 11-18 year olds on March 16th, 2024.