Translation Adaptation Cover Artwork: Dried vegetation - such as bark, roots, and seeds - partly framed on a wall.
Ohio: It’s Working!
Less is more. A pen on top and pencil on bottom pointing at each other against a orange background

At our November workshop in Columbus (“Those Who Can, Teach”), we enjoyed an embarrassment of riches, beginning with keynote remarks by Gary Garrison and Michael Bigelow Dixon. Breakout panels offered invaluable wisdom from teaching artists working with students at every age and skill level. We also learned about the resources of the Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute at The Ohio State University, our hosts for the day.

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Faye Sholiton
Faye Sholiton

co-produced the symposium “Holding Our Tongue: Censorship in the Theatre” for DG’s Ohio region in 2010 and has covered Banned Together 2017 and 2018 for The Dramatist. She is proud to have served as Ohio’s regional rep for seven years. Her full-length plays have been performed around the U.S. and in London and have been honored with four Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence grants and dozens of regional and national awards. In 2011, she founded Interplay Jewish Theatre to revive a century-old cultural tradition in Cleveland.