One-Line Play workshops

one lineCAT led, Image Theatre based workshops have been used by a wide variety of groups seeking to clarify issues and rehearse practical solutions to problems. Some of the more recent ones include: Habit and victim blaming exploration for students expelled from traditional schools; health and nutrition choices for high school students; social and economic justice story development at Neighborhood House; self advocacy with hearing disabled students; violence and respect in elementary and middle schools; empathy building for artists and k-12 teachers. For a description of the “One-Line Play” process, see Come Closer: Critical perspectives on Theatre of the Oppressed (Peter Lang, 2011)