See Saw is a Raleigh based company focusing on applied theatre projects in North Carolina. 

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Applied theatre is...

Applied Theatre is what happens when a group of people working in community use the techniques of drama and theatre to address an issue of social concern. (tdf.org)

Often participatory, AT is practiced outside the traditional theater in community centers, prisons, classrooms, and site specific locations (like street corners or farms!).

 

See Saw leads applied theatre projects in different settings and for a variety of communities including:

Photo by Bogomil Mihaylov on Unsplash

Improv | Storytelling | Devised Theatre Workshops

We work in the prison system, with the recovery community, or with any community who would benefit from interactive, imaginative performance workshops.

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Interactive, Educational Theatre

We perform interactive pieces of educational theatre in schools and libraries., and site specific locations.

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Playback Theatre for Senior Citizens

We hold storytelling workshops with seniors and use their stories to create a performance for them.

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Theatre & Improv Sessions for your Company or Conference

We’ll work with you to create an interactive session for your employees or conference participants that is based in team building, problem solving etc.

 

Images: (Banner) Photo credits: Devin Brenton from Raleighhappening.com; (Below) The Arab Spring Process Drama at NC State (photo cred: Mark Tulbert), Reminiscence Theatre at CUNY MA in Applied Theatre, Mic photo Bogomil Mihaylov on Unsplash, and See Saw Teaching Artists performing at the NC Grantmakers Conference Plenary Session 2016.