Theatre-in-Action provides creative strategies to prevent bullying, transform conflicts, and learn social justice skills in Vermont and throughout New England.
Theatre-in-Action simultaneously explores concepts of social justice and citizenship alongside conflict transformation strategies, using theatre techniques to practice constructing a world we are all proud to live in. We maximize our own potential by seeing potential in those around us.
** THEATRE-IN-ACTION IS ON HIATUS FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR ~ THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR BULLYING PREVENTION AND CREATIVE CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION IN VERMONT SCHOOLS & COMMUNITIES **
Contact us to book a workshop or residency with schools, social service agencies, and YOUR group or organization…
Watch Theatre-in-Action’s new video about our school bullying prevention residencies!
Theatre-in-Action will help you explore, act, reflect, and transform your world!
“You have made an impact on all of us and I want you to know that. For me myself you gave me way more confidence and I’m not scared anymore. I hope you can come back!” – Linsey, 5th grade
Theatre-in-Action Programs include:
Bullying Prevention Workshops: Learn interactive storytelling and drama techniques to build empathy skills, empower bystanders, encourage social and emotional learning, and promote a positive school climate. Our signature drama-integrated anti-bullying program is available in half- or full-day workshops, 9-week, 12-week, or custom-designed residencies, and professional development in-services.
Playbuilding Project: Creatively express yourself through dramatic storytelling! Learn the craft of devised theatre by brainstorming, creating, and performing original, issue-based plays. Available in full-day, multi-day, week-long, or multi-week sessions. Possible themes for exploration may include: high school social pressures, immigration/refugee rights, cultural competency, trans* and queer rights, women’s rights, workplace conflicts. Post-performance discussions and/or workshops can expand on themes presented. Age range: 12 – Adult.
Social Justice Training: Learn, recognize, act, and collaborate to transform your community, workplace, or school. Our stand-alone or multi-session social justice training workshop explores equality versus equity, systems of oppression and injustice such as racism, sexism, heterosexism, ableism, and ageism, and provides you with hands-on strategies to enact social change.
“Theatre-in-Action taught me how to stand up for myself.”
Select Theatre-in-Action Project Partners
Vermont Adult Learning
Vermont Association of Middle Level Educators
Charlotte Central School
Integrated Arts Academy, Burlington
Helen Day Art Center, Stowe
St. Albans Town Educational Center
Rose Street Artists’ Cooperative, Burlington