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Led by Gina Saglimbeni

The Pick It Up! Open Mic Workshop was made to provide a space that allowed comedians, musicians, songwriters, poets or any artist to explore their original work before sharing it with a public audience. The rehearsals included guest artists coming in to share their own public performance experience, as well as allow time for developing original material. The project culminated in two open mic performances.

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Led by Kalliope Bessler

Queering Shakespeare consisted of four sessions of coaching, discussion, and performance surrounding the playing of roles that are not explicitly written as queer, as LGBTQ+. This workshop involved lectures on connecting roles to queer identities, and allowed participants to choose Shakespearean monologues to use to explore gender and sexuality. This piece culminated in a showcase of each piece for an invited audience.


Led by Grace Koch

Oh Sh!t was a two-week project addressing the issue of climate change and culminating in the presentation of a devised two-act play. Using their bodies, minds, and voices, performers explored the man-made causes of the climate crisis, attempt to create the picture of an environmentally sustainable future, and worked to discover what the world can do about any of it.


Led by Sophia Agusta

The Colored Pencil Plays was a writing workshop that explored storytelling through various forms of children's theatre. Throughout rehearsals, writers told stories of impactful moments from their childhood, which was then transformed into scripts written for young audiences.

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Led by Gina Saglimbeni

In My Defense was a two-week project resulting in a staged reading of a devised piece, focusing on representation of the ten psychological defense mechanisms in media. During the rehearsal process, performers found examples of these defense mechanisms in TV, theatre, and film, as well as writing their own scenes, in order to devise a one-act piece.

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