Monthly Archives: July 2011

Till Next Time

Patrick here. Today was beautiful and sad. Like usual. It was our last day together and we took a trip to Kibuye on Lake Kivu. Pure gorgeousness. It was great to get out, smell the air in the countryside, and … Continue reading

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The Reminders of the Past, and Our Commitment to the Future

Abigail here. On the last Saturday of each month, all Rwandese participate in umuganda, a national day of community service. As no businesses were open, we decided to use the morning to relax and decompress from all the work of … Continue reading

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Exciting Beginnings…

Michael here… This morning marked our final day of work here. But we also took part in the beginning of a promising new group of educators who are interested in gaining drama and theatre skills in their schools. The Imani … Continue reading

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Final Day at KIE and a Humbling Celebration

This is Channie posting. Our final presentations of our workshops have now occurred. After a couple of hours of reflection and planning the TO and TIE groups performed for the last time with the entire KIE Level 1 and 2 … Continue reading

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Flies, Villagers, and Drummers!

This is Joey: Coming off of yesterday and a full day of devising with the 2nd year KIE students, I began the morning greatly excited to see how our process would lead in to today’s sharing of ‘The Drummers’. The … Continue reading

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Preparing a Performance in One Day!!

This is Linda: Today we spent the day devising in preparation for a performance tomorrow by CUNY and KIE Level 2 students in the Main Hall at 2pm. We had a morning and afternoon session and spent 7 hours working … Continue reading

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Presenting Theatre in Education Session

This is Mel signing in for my first blog… We haven’t written for a day, and as usual we have done enough activities in each day to fill many more days. Sunday was a “day off” (our first since arriving … Continue reading

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