Join us for this creative and therapeutic experience...
Open for registration
Living Stories: 8 week Self-Revelatory Performance Workshop (starts September 17th)
« Free up your creativity
« Uncover your authentic expression
« Embrace your unique process
« Turn your life into art
Self-Revelatory Performance is a place where theater and the psyche meet. The goal is to find the "sweetspot" of solo performance where the work reaches universality while avoiding the pitfalls of self-indulgence. It is an opportunity to work authentically and playfully while uncovering delight, meaning and flow in yourself, your creativity and your relationship to the Audience.
Using movement, drama therapy, improvisation and writing, we will guide you through a supportive creative individual and group process. By the end of the series, you will have 10-20mns of solo performance that you might choose to perform during our final class. This class is for all skill levels. No acting or writing experience necessary. Shy people are welcome!
Facilitated by Dorothy Lemoult and Maggie Yowell.
Starts September 17th for 8 weeks.
Mondays 6:30 to 9:00 pm
At the George Center for Community in North Seattle.
$300.00 for 8 weeks
$250.00 Seniors, Students, MFTAs, LHMCAs, TPS Members or if you register with a friend or by September 01st.
(Sliding scale available, please ask!)
To register, contact Maggie Yowell at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 206-818-0786
Note: We have a limited number of spots. Don't wait!
There is no agony like bearing an untold story inside of you. —Maya Angelou
About the Facilitators
Dorothy Lemoult is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and a drama therapist. She has an M.A. in Counseling Psychology/Drama Therapy from CIIS in San Francisco and a BFA in Theater from Cornish College of the Arts. She is a theatre artist, a teacher, and a mother-to-be. She is a member of the National Association for Drama Therapy, AAMFT, WAMFT and TPS. In addition to her clinical work, Dorothy has worked with Antioch University, Effective Arts, CIIS, Freehold’s Engaged Theater Program, Seattle Academy, Live Girls! Theater and the Young Playwright’s Program. Dorothy believes that when we heal ourselves, we heal the world and that doing so through play, art and community is a lot of fun.
Maggie Yowell, Drama Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Intern, is a former environmental attorney, working towards a Master’s of Arts degree at Antioch University in Counseling with specialties in Drama Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Maggie also is an Artist, Spiritual Director, Creativity Coach, SoulCollage™ Facilitator, Veriditas Trained Labyrinth Facilitator, and a Certified Expressive Arts Practitioner. Maggie’s passion is the intersection between creativity, spirituality and psychology, and she likes to consider herself a Tender of Sacred Story and a Celebrant of Wonder.