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Sheila Kerrigan

Collaborative Creativity
Mime in Chief
Chapel Hill, North Carolina Area
Sheila Kerrigan, author of The Performer’s Guide to the Collaborative Process, directs, writes, and teaches in schools, with at-risk youth, and in community settings. She performs “The Mime Who Talks!” for young people, and “Mime Explains String Theory” for old people. She toured the eastern US with TOUCH Mime Theater, performing, teaching, and collaboratively creating twenty original performances. She has performed and taught in prisons, juvenile detention centers, hospitals, street festivals, and on television. She uses drama to teach communication, creativity, conflict resolution and collaboration. She works with youth to create performances about issues important to them. She taught Community-Based Performance at Duke. She served on the Alternate ROOTS Resources for Social Change Training Team and is president of the Southeast Center for Arts Integration.