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Andre' Williams  [ E-mail ]

DePauw University, January 21, 2012, 00:39

I'd just like to say that being able to work with Jerry and Lois from the Living Theatre was an astonishing experience. I learned inside and outside of working on "Mysteries and Smaller Pieces," with them. They were so much fun to be around and I think that because I have met them, i have grown both as an actor and a person. This was one experience that i will never forget. And I am glad that i was fortunate enough to work with them even though it was just a few days. I have a new appreciation for theatre, and i believe part of that came from just getting to know the two of them.

Melissa Chilinski

Skidmore College, November 16, 2011, 14:12

Jerry and Lois: You both truly and really inspired me with their stories about activism, your unique interests in the world, and just your outright knowledge about what it means to be human. Through the experience with your workshop and along with the information I have been learning about through my theatre classes, I feel as if I have been opened up to this world that I really resonate with.

What the Living Theatre did and still does today is just remarkable. Art just has this power to inquire, this power to get people to think about the world or themselves in ways that they never have before. This workshop helped me to look at theatre in a different way and really open myself up to what I am capable of. I truly suggest that if anyone has the opportunity to meet these great people they should!

Robin Stone

Roger Williams University, May 25, 2011, 07:13

The Living Theatre conducted a fantastic 3-day workshop here, culminating in a very successful performance and talk-back. Warm, exciting, educational, and memorable for all. No one should pass up the opportunity to invite them because they will inspire students and entrance audiences.


Mount Union College, April 20, 2010, 21:34

I was one of the students at Mount Union College who participated in this workshop for our Kershaw lecture. This was an incredible experience. It was a weekend I will never forget. We experienced the joy of performance, creative, teamwork and improvisation. Some of the techniques we learned were startlingly new and some seemed strange to us. However the more we did them, the more we found ourself not only enjoying the process but learning from it as well.As an actor, we learned how to move beyond a script and how powerful it can be to tell a story with your body. We learned a lot about the Living Theatre and a lot about ourselves. This is one workshop you don't want to miss!


March 22, 2010, 00:32

To be more clear. If people are given the opportunity to work with the Living Theater Workshop, and decline; if they see what these wonderful people do, they will walk away wishing they had taken that chance. I'm sorry I wasn't very clear before.

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