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Creative Collaborations through Inclusive Theatre and Community Based Learning
Winner of the American Alliance for Theatre Education (AATE) Distinguished Book Award (2018)
Re-Creating the World
“Lisa creates an energetically safe space for people to explore what creativity means.” —Nadia Clifford Sr Director, Engineering Program Management
“With her honest, smart and patient voice, Kramer gives us creative tools, resources and hope...for a more caring, equitable, and compassionate world.” —Cathy Rose Salit Founder of Global Play Brigade, CEO Emerita of Performance of a Lifetime, author of Performance Breakthrough (Hachette 2016)
Are you ready to reignite your creative power? Rediscover the powerful tool that we all possess in this inspiring book.
Whether you’re an artist, entrepreneur, or simply someone looking to reconnect with your creative spark, this book will guide you on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. You’ll discover how to tap into the creative and collaborative power that will help solve problems, build communities, and develop a stronger creative economy.
Through its practical advice and thought-provoking exercises, this book shows you how to embrace an important part of yourself that many have forgotten—the joy of creativity. With its message of hope and possibility, it invites you to join a movement of creative thinkers and doers who are working together to shape a better future for all of us.
Don’t let your creativity languish. Let’s create together and make a difference in the world!
Day I Died
We have ten characters in here that are dying to meet you.
Stories by: Michelle Mogil, CM Stewart, Micha Fire, Lore Hera, Veronica Stephens, LJ Cohen, Charles Barouch, Bill Ries-Knight, David Grigg, Lisa Kramer.
Poetry by: Amanda Rachelle Warren
Cover by: Charles Barouch & Aaron Wood
The Doors we Walk Through
A door photo is paired with each story to represent the author’s metaphysical door. The door symbolism unites all of the pieces included in the book, and the stunning photos add to each telling. “The Doors We Walk Through” was created by women for women. There is something sacred about women coming together to share what matters to them with the hope that it will spark increased self-discovery and self-acceptance in those who read it.
We learn much about our identity from society; we are told how to feel and behave from the day we are born. However, what is between these pages throws caution to the wind and allows women to freely express the good, the bad, and all that is in-between. The journey of self-exploration is exciting, and reading about it is like peeking through someone’s secret door!
In a time when access to the written word is reserved for men, Andra Betscrivener’s ability to read and write must remain a secret, or she could lose her hands, her eyes, or her life. At 17, Andra discovers that her abilities extend beyond reading: she can write events to life. Desperate to keep her powers hidden from both the government and a rebel group, she learns her words have the power to kill, threatening her father’s life and her own freedom. Andra’s fight empowers others to stop governmental oppression, but in a society ruled by lies, cruelty, and inequality, her journey will not be easy or safe.
P.O.W.ER was named to the 2014-15 Sarton Literary Award shortlist for contemporary fiction!