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Social justice theatre practitioners must navigate how the work is inextricably linked to our personal identities. Who we are as people- the collection of threads of our own personal tapestries, cannot be separated from how we present ourselves in the work. Through personal raveling and unraveling, my hope is to be a well-rounded enough person to connect to each and every student in their artistic journeys. Then, it is my greatest undertaking to collaborate with young people to weave a strong, resilient, innovative, and creative learning community- our social tapestry.

Cast of 6 young performers in costumes in wheelchairs with 9 adults in black standing behind them
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