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I love working with non-profits and organizations with a community and equity focus. Check out the work we have done together!
Portland Playhouse - Image Video
Portland Playhouse is dedicated to producing quality, intimate, performances in which the interaction between artists and audience is paramount. We hold theatre to be a space in which people of all social, economic, racial, sexual and political backgrounds can come together to celebrate the complexity of our shared human experience.
How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes with 99 Other People - Promotion Video
This is not a play; it is not a lecture; it is not an interactive workshop; it is not a physical theatre piece; it is not a public conversation. How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes (HTEP) is all of these things. Most significantly, it’s an opportunity to challenge a different audience every show with the question: how do you attack the problem of poverty in America, with a lens specifically focused on your community. Over the course of 90 minutes, the audience will listen, explore and ultimately choose how to spend $1,000 cash from ticket sales sitting onstage at each performance. The show is an experiment in dialogue, in collective decision-making, in shared responsibility, and in the potential for art to help us make our world a better place. Spectacularly eclectic in form, often delightful and occasionally uncomfortable, How to End Poverty engages audiences alongside community experts. http://www.sojourntheatre.org/how-to-end-poverty-in-90-minutes
Portland Village School - Image Video
Portland Village School is a Portland public charter school for kindergarten through eighth grade. They adapt Waldorf educational methods to public education. The program is arts-integrated with core academic material enlivened by music, art, drama, second-language, life skills and handwork. The Educational Approach translates the school's goals into the classroom.
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