Finding Your Voice
DatesJun 10 - Jul 29
Time10 AM - 12:30 PM
This class explores what it means to have a voice – in society, in a meeting room, in artistic practice, in public speaking situations, or in personal relationships. Students will use techniques drawn from The Theatre Lab’s award-winning Life Stories methodology to discover exactly what they have to say and to gain power and confidence in saying it. Each student will focus on the communication scenarios most important to them, with the dual goal of empowering the self and gaining concrete skills.
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April Harris is a storyteller, performer, Victory Coach, and PMI-Project Manager. She has facilitated storytelling workshops at the Torpedo Factory and led interactive performance workshops for veterans and business professionals. Her performing credits include the HBO documentary, We Are Not Done Yet, The Moth, Life Stories, and at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC. April has trained in Theatre for Living, Theatre of the Oppressed, Playback Theatre, and completed The Theatre Lab's Life Stories Institute. April served as an adjunct instructor at George Washington University. She served honorably in the United States Army for 26 years.
April earned her Master of Science degree in Clinical Laboratory Science from University of North DakotaMore about April