ATC’s Playback Café presents Forum Theatre
A dynamic, engaging and theatrical way to get your group thinking, talking and acting out solutions to their very real and pressing challenges.
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Savidge, Wolfe to lead Healthy Living Initiative
The Healthy Living Initiative is five theatrical programs, all of them interactive, which target issues central to health and wellbeing.
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Stepping up, stepping out
Regain control of your life and overcome the effects of trauma through the expressive arts. This ongoing program is facilitated by drama therapist Dr. Dale Savidge and Triune Mercy Center Restoration Advocate Beth Messick. For more information or to register, please email Dale Savidge.
Theatre for at-risk youth
Since our founding in 2011 we have worked in programs for adolescents in foster care, juvenile detention and residential drug rehabilitation.
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A 6-week loss/grief workshop
Giving expression to a traumatic experience is hard, but it’s also essential to our ongoing psychological health. The loss of someone close to us can have profound effects: anxiety, fear, depression, isolation and difficulty carrying on with the normal activities of life. If you’ve suffered a loss that’s intruding on your ability to function normally, or if you want to process your loss and find meaning in the experience, this group is designed for you.
Zoom into the Arts
Generously sponsored by the Barbara Stone Foundation, Zoom into the Arts is a free online expressive arts group for adults with disabilities featuring drama, art and music. Led by Dale Savidge, Courtney Chandler and Doug Berky and featuring the musical group Songs of the Folk, Zoom into the Arts meets twice a month on Friday mornings 10-11 a.m. That’s 12 sessions!