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REGION VII -  Festival 50

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Tuesday, February 20 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Simulation 101: What it is and why you want to be involved

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Simulation is a fast-growing industry that few theatre-makers have heard of. That’s unfortunate because our craft and creativity make us uniquely qualified for this work and the potential benefits (personal and professional) are tremendous. This workshop, intended for craftspeople, performers, designers, and faculty alike will address what simulation is (what the heck we’re talking about) outline some of those potential benefits (why you should care), and explore how to get plugged in today and post-graduation. Whether you’ve participated in simulation before or the concept is entirely foreign to you, we’d like to invite you to come share and brainstorm with us. Of particular interest for faculty attendees will be testimonial from Nancy Lee-Painter, professor of theatre at LCSC, who has succeeded in fostering interdepartmental collaboration that offers theatre students the opportunity to apply their valuable skillset while assisting the learning of their peers across disciplines.


Daniel Haley

Daniel Haley earned his BFA in Acting from the University of Idaho and MFA in Directing from the University of Montana. After several years working professionally for such companies as Mill Mountain Theatre (VA), Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, Daniel... Read More →

Nancy Lee-Painter

Nancy Lee-Painter is a professional actor, the immediate past National Playwriting Program Chair in region VII of the KCACTF, and Professor of Theatre at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. Daniel Haley is a professional actor and director working in the little-known field... Read More →

Tuesday February 20, 2018 3:30pm - 4:20pm PST
Montvale 1st floor Ballroom 1017 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201