Using theatre as an educational tool, InterAction Residencies & Workshops teach a multitude of life skills.

InterAction helps participants build self-esteem and fosters the belief that they can be successful in their personal and professional lives.

 
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For Youth

Residencies and Workshops for Youth help young people grapple with difficult issues in a safe and constructive environment. Our exercises stimulate dialogue on topics like trust, peer pressure, drugs, violence, pop culture, stereotyping, communication, intolerance, group dynamics, sex, homophobia, and social responsibility.

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For Adults

College and Corporate Workshops explore issues such as diversity, communication, conflict resolution, stereotypes, racism, and sexism. Featuring a performance by professional actors, a post-show discussion, and interactive activities, these workshops strive to get to possible causes, as well solutions, of important issues.

 

Residencies and workshops may involve:

 
  • a performance by professional actors

  • topical discussion leadership

  • theater exercises

  • creation and rehearsal of a theatre piece

  • a culminating performance. 

Workshops last 2 - 3 hours. Residencies may last 2 - 40 days.

 

For more information, please contact

Dwight Wilkins
Education Director

215.568.8077 / dwilkins @ interacttheatre.org

Our workshops have been contracted by public and private middle and high schools, colleges and universities, community and religious organizations, health and human service agencies, and corporations across the Mid-Atlantic region.

 
 

PAST CLIENTS

African American Resource Center, University of Pennsylvania

Agnes Irwin High School

Albert Einstein Medical Center

Amnesty International

Anti-Defamation League

Art and Religion: The Many Faces of Faith

Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies

Baldwin Schoo

Bartram Motivational Center

Beaver College

Big Brother/Big Sister Association

Cabrini College

College of Pharmacy and Science

Community-Police Interracial Task Force

Cumberland County College

Daniel Boone School

De LaSalle in Towne

Forum for Executive Women

Franklin & Marhshall College

Free Library of Philadelphia

Friends Central High School

George Washington High School

Germantown High School

Glenolden Middle School

Gratz College

Great Valley High School

Harcum College

Health Federation of Greater Philadelphia

Interfaith Council on the Holocaust

International Professional Exchange

Jewish Community Relations Council

Kensington High School

Lower Merion High School

 

National Conference of Christians and Jews

National Conference on Community and Justice

Norristown High School

Olney High School

Paxon Hollow Middle School

Peirce College

Penn National Commission

Philadelphia College of Textiles

Radnor High School

Respect for Diversity Committee

Shalcross Day School

Springfield School District

University City High School

University of Pennsylvania

Ursinus College

West Chester University