Process drama and TIE use interactive, theatrical strategies to explore pressing, relevant issues of our time through the ideas of the participants. This 90-minute workshop will look at how to activate this work virtually. This workshop is a family-friendly experience and will address strategies from early childhood through high school, so bring your young people!
View the Summer School 2020 Video Gallery below to watch a recording of this session.
Duration: 90 minutes
Intended Audience: Teaching Artists, Educators, & Family Members
Materials needed for this session: Room to move around; paper, pen, pencil or white board; your family!
Leah Reddy (she/her/hers): Teaching Artist & Director
Leah Reddy is a Cincinnati-born, NYC-based director and dramaturg focusing on engineering creative processes in community. Leah is a Master Teaching Artist with Roundabout Theatre Company, a video producer, and a mentor with the Arthur Miller Foundation. Work includes producing the documentary theatre piece and podcast Justice for Sergio with Leadership High School students. www.leahreddy.com.
Meghan Grover (she/her/hers): Teaching Artist & Theater-maker
Meghan Grover loves devising, performing, and directing theater. She works with New York City Children’s Theater, Park Avenue Youth Theater, Trusty Sidekick Theater Company, Bluelaces Theater Company, AMIOS, and Hook & Eye Theater Company. Meghan is also a co-founding member and facilitator of the Defrost Project where she creates community-based art with residents of small towns in Minnesota. She is a Moth StorySLAM winner and GrandSLAM performer. Meghan graduated from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program and is currently getting her MA in Applied Theatre at CUNY. She is so grateful to be a part of the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable community!