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I believe 

that learning is the most fun a person can have, and that it can happen at any age. I bring this enthusiasm and love for lifelong learning to every classroom, theatre camp, and workshop circle I enter. For me, play and education are connected, which is why I believe so strongly in theatre as a learning medium.


It is my goal to introduce children to a love of language, communicating, and constructive play. I work to build positive, supportive group environments through ensemble work and shared laughter. I encourage and model risk-taking, 100% effort, and playing with abandon!


As an educator, leader, and theatre artist, I strive to do good work, share stories, and help kids to grow in confidence and community spirit. 

To view more examples of my work as an educator and library professional, visit my blog

Read the cover story about my program inititatives with the Stoughton Public Library:

"Library initiative focuses on new target audience"

By Amber Levenhagen Unified Newspaper Group

Photos by Joe Picchetti, Summit Players Theatre

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