CONFERENCES: National Storytelling Festival
(Exchange Place), Oral History Performance
ARTS FESTIVALS: United Solo,  Roanoke
Arts Festival, North Charleston Arts Festival, Capital
Fringe Festival.
NON-PROFITS: Virginia Museum of Fine
Arts, Young Audiences of Virginia, Jewish Community
UNIVERSITIES: Columbia University, Radford
University, Virginia Tech.
THEATRES: Teatro La Tea,
Theatre Row, Mill Mountain Theatre, Barksdale Theatre

and hundreds of schools and libraries.
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way people think." - NPR
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Read more about the lecture and workshop series
Healing Commnunity: Helping Students
Come to Terms with Tragedy, Loss and Violence
which has been taught to over 50,000 public school
students to date. A powerful tool that illustrates how
everyone, but especially how men and boys can talk
openly about their feelings related to bereavement,
loss and male friendship.
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