We invite students and professionals to be in residence with us as we create each piece, experiencing the training, our creative process, and developing the performance life of the work. As we tour our work, we offer workshops for communities, students, and professionals with focus on a multi-disciplinary approach to the arts.

Indebted to Peter Brook, the great director who shows his pieces to children to test the universal magnetism of the work, we are interested in "accessible theatre," if we can define the phrase to mean theatre from which any audience cannot look away. We believe that audiences throughout the world crave any vital theatre - regardless of style or form - that moves, voices and resonates their longings. We believe that audiences simply need permission, or perhaps just a nudge, to honor the parts of themselves long forgotten.