Doing service work at the P.A.N.A.R.E. Rehabilitation Center is not for the faint hearted. It is a center for people with special needs and not all patients are responsive. The name P.A.N.A.R.E is made up of... Read More.
First and foremost, the most rewarding and inspiring aspect of my experience with ITSA were the students I got worked with in Ahmedabad. It was amazing to see how the imagined lesson plans were actually implemented to give ideas and thoughts for the students. ITSA really allowed me to have control over my lesson plan, and so I was able to share my ... Read More.
I'm currently in Ghana, for one month, volunteering for Theatre for a change. The time I’ve been volunteering for this company, I’ve learnt so much; from day one I felt part of the team. I've spent most of my time living in Ghana's capital Accra, working on a project with some of Accra's deprived young women, using Drama workshops and interacti... Read More.
I spent 3 amazing months working for Theatre for a Change, Ghana in 2012. Having come from a Canadian university where I study Theatre I was thrilled to discover an organization that uses theatre as a tool for social development and could not have been more pleased with the experience. I was given the opportunity to work on a couple of amazing proj... Read More.
I worked with Theatre for a Change for 5 months in late 2007. It was one of the most interesting, important and formative times of my life. I am a theatre director and currently the artistic director of Islington Community Theatre (www.islingtoncommunitytheatre.com). Before starting ICT I worked with TfaC, funded by the Rupert Rhymes Bursary, ... Read More.