Read about DE-CRUIT’s receipt of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and their (very much) extended residency at Syracuse Stage, all in the present newsletter.
See here an interview Stephan gave published in the journal “Multicultural Shakespeare: Translation, Appropriation and Performance”, regarding the Cry Havoc! play and the DE-CRUIT therapeutic program.
This Veterans Day… A Special Tribute from DE-CRUIT: After 31 weeks of teaching DE-CRUIT: On-Line in four cities during the Covid-19 pandemic, the DE-CRUIT team wanted to share the power of veteran’s voices as they speak our adapted version of Shakespeare’s famous speech from Henry V. And since we treat trauma through Shakespeare and science, what better way to both pay tribute to …
Please see the newsletter here, to learn about how DE-CRUIT has been continuing its work.
A message from the recent Memorial Day by DE-CRUIT. Hoping you had a safe and thoughtful Memorial Day. See Stephan’s message here.
Events of May in isolation by Stephan, Dawn and collaborators. See the newsletter regarding this here.
See here a few veterans’ stories with links to help you pass the time and raise your spirits:
Now, more than ever, the need for a sense of community, relief and calm is vital for our military veterans. Thanks to our Fort Worth partner Amphibian Stage, DE-CRUIT is now ready to address this challenge in a new online format. The first round of sessions will run every Tuesday and Thursday night, starting April 14. For more information please contact Ayesha …
Read here about how Robin Ludwig, like so many others, has managed to heal her invisible wounds by working through the DE-CRUIT program. Article written by Julie Rhodes for the Tanglewood Moms Blog.
Sending you our love, wishes for health… and updates. See DE-CRUIT’s latest newsletter for all these.