The Artist’s Way written by Julia Cameron supports people in their creative recovery. It teaches techniques and exercises to assist people in gaining self-confidence in harnessing their creative talents and skills. Participants will read one chapter a week, prior to convening as a group. As a group, you will then come together to discuss the chapter and activities of the week. Lisa Berger will facilitate the group. This is meant to be a safe and brave space. Each participant will make their own goals and have their own journey in reclaiming ownership of their artist practice.
Information on scholarships is available at playpenn.org/classes
Mondays, June 6th - August 22nd, 8-10pm EST
Where: Online via Zoom
Preparation Required: None
Lisa Berger is a director, Meisner teacher and professor of Theatre. Her San Diego directing credits include How High the Moon and The Car Plays: Incident Row (Wow Festival); The Car Plays: We Wait (LaJolla Playhouse, Moving Arts) , Red Truck, Blue Truck, When It Comes and Skelton Crew (readings;The Old Globe), Parlour Song (Backyard Renaissance) A Behanding in Spokane (Cygnet Theatre) Looking for Normal, The Long Christmas Ride Home and The Moors, (Diversionary Theatre) She received her MFA from the University of Montana and is also a graduate of The William Esper Studio in New York City. She currently teaches at Mira Costa College and the University of San Diego. She is co-artistic director of Meisner/Chekhov Integrated Training Studio.
PlayPenn is an artist-driven organization dedicated to improving the way in which new plays are developed. Employing an ever-evolving process, PlayPenn creates a relaxed tension in which playwrights can engage in risk-taking, boundary-pushing work free from the pressures of commercial consideration.