Theatre for Dialogue Workshop Offered in Lafayette, Indiana this June
Katherine Burke of InterPlay emailed me today about a June 5, 2004 "Theatre for Dialogue" Workshop that will be offered in Lafayette, Indiana at the Tippecanoe Arts Federation. According to Katherine, this fun, engaging, and information-packed workshop will explore the many uses of interactive theatre in classrooms, conference rooms, therapy groups, and more. In this day-long intensive workshop, participants will learn to use theatre and improv games, dialogue-building exercises, and role-playing scenes to involve people in a fun, meaningful experience that encourages dialogue and positive change.
Theatre can be used to: create respect for diversity; stimulate and express creativity; strengthen teamwork; develop problem-solving skills; and encourage dialogue about bullying, body image, diversity, self-esteem, substance use, and other challenging issues. For registration information, visit www.interplaytheatre.com. You can also contact Katherine at or 765-414-2050 for more details.