Alexian Brothers Hospital
- Performed as part of their professional development training.
Bethany Methodist and Norwegian American Hospitals
- Two year partnership with performances designed to reenergize hospital staff about the lived experience of those with mental illness and to increase empathy.
Cathedral Counseling Center
- Performed and led ETD methodology workshops as a professional development for clinicians.
Champaign Public Library
- Performance in Champaign, IL for mental health professionals, adults and young people from the community.
Chicago City Colleges (Daley College, Wright College, Olive-Harvey College, Harold Washington College, Kennedy-King College, Truman College, Malcolm X College)
- Three year performance partnership dedicated to using theater about mental health issues to introduce students to the wellness centers and services on each campus.
Danville Community College
- Performance in Danville, IL for mental health professionals, adults and young people from the community.
- Performed Veterans’ Voices as part of their President’s Series and partnered with a School for New Learning Class to teach students how to market and increase attendance at health related programming for the public.
- Performed as part of Housing and Residence Life, Student Services, and Theatre Arts Initiatives.
First Congregational Church of Glen Ellyn
- Performed as part of their efforts to bridge dialogue between youth and their parents.
Glenbrook South High School
- Performed for entire freshman class of 650 students.
Haymarket Treatment Center
- Performance at a public fair educating communities about physical, emotional, and mental health issues.
Highland Park High School
- Performance as part of their arts and social justice day for students.
Illinois After Schools Network and Illinois Children’s Mental Health Partnership
- Performed as part of their conference to educate school counselors and social workers about issues facing young people today.
Illinois Department of Health and Human Services
- Performed as part of their efforts to educate clinicians and community members in rural areas about mental health issues facing youth.
Lake Forest High School
- Performed as part of Mental Health Awareness Month.
- Performed as part of Psychology Week through the school’s Psychology Club.
Marce Society on Post-Partum Depression
- Performed as part of an international conference to educate physicians about Post-Partum Depression and treatment options.
- Performance to help spread awareness on the mental health impact of homelessness.
National Refugee and Immigrant Conference
- Speaking engagement and performance sharing about our The Small, Dark Room and Falling Petals. This was part of a conference to educate about issues facing Refugee and Immigrant Communities.
North Central College
- Three year partnership done in collaboration with Peer Educators and the Wellness Center to educate students about services on campus.
North Park University
- Performed stories for students and faculty in their campus theatre space.
Project Connect Conference
- Performance in Marion, IL as part of a day-long trauma conference
Rolling Meadows High School
- Three year partnership done in conjunction with Response, a youth based program that is part of Jewish Child and Family Services, to educate youth about mental health issues.
Skokie Public Library
- Performance done in partnership with Turning Point to educate the Skokie community about mental health issues.
St. Patrick’s High School
- Performance and workshops done for theater and communication students to understand the power of storytelling and performance to address issues of social change.
- Performances for employees of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
Turning Point Behavioral Health Center
- Performances for their clinicians and clients.
Whitney Young High School
- Performances as part of Freshmen and Sophomore orientation.