Steve & Mary Alice host PTW sneak preview with Lobman and Sutherland

Blog Talk Radio hosts and play mavens, Steve Dahlberg and Mary Alice Long, Ph.D., celebrated the two-year anniversary of their show, Creativity in Play with a special “Sneak Preview” of Performing the World 2012 (PTW). The September 25 show features interviews on the power of play for personal and social transformation with the Institute’s Carrie Lobman and International Class alumna Alex Sutherlandsenior lecturer specializing in theater for social change at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. Listen to the full interview here.

“I can’t wait to be at PTW!” said Mary Alice.  Mary Alice, Steve and the Institute’s Carrie Lobman and Gwen Lowenheim will team up to lead a PTW workshop entitled, Creativity in Play:  Performing a Creative World on Purpose.

Our plan, said Steve, is to share some of the audio from interviews we’ve done over the last two years and invite workshop participants to explore and respond in some improvisational ways. We also want to open up the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. It should be fun.”

Creativity in Play is produced by the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination, in partnership with the National Creativity Network, and features dialogues with some of the nation’s leading experts in play, imagination and creativity.

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About Janet Wootten

Janet Wootten is a media and public relations professional, a member of the Institute’s Board of Directors and a leader of its annual community fundraising campaign.
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