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Use Acting to Learn Punctuation

Sunday, December 13th, 2015

Written communication is a convenient substitute for spoken communication. For thousands and thousands of years, communication was spoken, one to one to one until everyone knew. Records were written down, but not stories. News was delivered by criers who walked through the streets yelling...

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Joan Weber

"I know very few theater artists who deeply grasp the potential of arts integration as a way to catalyze learning, transform classroom and workshop settings, and turn schooling into learning. Joan Weber is that rare teaching artist who knows and can use that power of the arts, who can develop it in others (teachers, artists, students), and who can deliver the game-changing effectiveness of the arts to light up learning wherever she goes. Do not walk, run, to work wit...

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Bruce R. Nelson

Bruce was born in New Jersey into an Army family.  Although from an early age he and the family moved several times, Bruce was fortunate enough to settle in the Baltimore-DC corridor and put down roots. A high school production of Grease sealed his fate…a lifetime in the theatre.  What he did not expect was that he would develop a love for teaching and specifically waking people up to hidden abilities, greater personal awarenesses and deeper truths.  A recurring theme in his life h...

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Jimi Kinstle

Jimi Kinstle was born in Clearwater, Florida and moved to Baltimore in 1985 to attend Towson University. After graduating, Mr. Kinstle spent several years working in many theaters in the region including The Round House Theatre, Everyman Theatre, Rep Stage Company, Centerstage, The Vagabond Theatre, Cockpit in Court and many others, acting, teaching, directing and doing technical theatre with set construction and hanging lights. In 1993 he joined a The Flying Tongues, a comedy improv that per...

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