Get in Interveners! We're going virtual! This online workshop is a continuation StageSource's Line Drawn Initiative, developing programming and resources to create safe work spaces, and prevent harassment in the New England Theatre Community.
This workshop was previously scheduled as an in person workshop, but times are a changing and we are changing with it! Gain the skills needed to intervene in uncomfortable, inappropriate, or abusive situations. his workshop will take place over a zoom account, which will be sent to all participants two days out. This workshop will go over the practical information given during the seminar (i.e PowerPoint, worksheets, understanding the physiological stress & adrenaline response, learning the definitions of tactics, & etc). The workshop will also include opportunities to discuss a wide range of strategies and interventions. This workshop gives individuals the tools and understanding of managing adrenaline in rooms where you can be often at the lesser end of power imbalances in a rehearsal room.
LEARN THE FOLLOWING SKILLS:
- It’s not you, it’s your brain: understanding the physiological stress & adrenaline response
- Managing adrenaline, making choices under stress
- Interruption strategies – direct and indirect options for responding in the moment
There are only 25 slots available, so grab yours before it's gone!
StageSource Member Registration — $5*
Non-Member Registration — $10*
*We have financially supported slots available. Please apply here. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
At StageSource we strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To be respectful of those with allergies and environmental sensitivities, we ask that you please refrain from wearing strong fragrances. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is wheelchair accessible.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Meg Stone is the Executive Director of IMPACT and the Project Director of IMPACT:Ability. Meg has led IMPACT since 2005 and in that time she has led the development of abuse prevention and safety training programs for schools, homeless shelters, rape crisis centers, disability service agencies and domestic violence organizations. Meg’s writing about abuse-related issues has been published in the Washington Post, Ms., WBUR’s Cognoscenti, the Huffington Post, and the Patriot Ledger. Meg loves musicals and knows the words to a surprising number of show tunes.
Learn more about IMPACT Boston at IMPACTboston.com