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2014 Sojourn Theatre Summer Institute
Vittum Theater
Chicago, IL
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2014 Sojourn Theatre Summer Institute
2014 Sojourn Theatre Summer Institute: Chicago
for Adults working in Theater, Education & Community settings
(in collaboration with Center for Performance and Civic Practice)

Workshop Leader: Michael Rohd

July 14-18, 2014
9am- 4:30pm each day
Vittum Theater
1012 North Noble Street
Chicago, IL

Register through this website; fee is non-refundable, your payment reserves your spot in the workshop.

**Only 32 slots available -- please register ASAP if interested**

If you have questions and need to connect with someone prior to registering, please email



This five day sessions offers participants working in ensemble, arts institution, education and community settings an opportunity to explore techniques & strategies for use in collaborative work with adults (and/or young people) in a variety of settings to:

-create original performance material from a variety of starting impulses;
-build skills of leadership and authorship for collaborative new work development.
-build partnerships between artists and non-arts sector partners;
-broaden the conceptual and tactical approaches available for imagining new projects and programming that respond to non-arts partner needs;
-develop facilitation structures for civic dialogue around challenging community identified issues;
-establish process tools to aid collaboration and co-authorship on cross-discipline and cross sector projects;
-explore social & political issues through collaborative conceptual, improvisational & physical investigations.



Michael Rohd is founding artistic director of Sojourn Theatre, on faculty at Northwestern University, and author of the widely translated book Theatre for Community, Conflict, and Dialogue. His work focuses on social practice, civic practice and capacity-building projects through collaboratively designed arts-based event, engagement and participation strategies. He leads the Center for Performance and Civic Practice, where current projects include Chicago's Civic Practice Lab and The Catalyst Initiative, a national program supported by The Andrew Mellon Foundation.  He is currently the Doris Duke artist-in-residence at Chicago's Lookingglass Theater Company.


Vittum Theater
1012 North Noble Street
Chicago, IL 60642
United States


Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre
Education > Classes
Education > Workshops

Minimum Age: 18
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No


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