In our workshops, we explore key questions through the lens of gender and play unique theatre-based games to build community and develop vocabulary for talking about masculinity. 

To learn more about what to expect from a workshop and to see example models check our Workshops page.

photography by Ayse Nur Gencalp

photography by Ayse Nur Gencalp

This class allowed me to re-evaluate the stereotypes that govern so many of us (incarcerated or otherwise).
— Participant at Correctional Institution
I come from a generation where coming out was very difficult, and because of that you did t have the opportunity to participate in any kind of gender play. I found the group work very liberating. The experience felt similar to coming out because I got to explore a newly uncovered part of myself with the group.
— Participant at Nehirim at Easton Mountain
photography by Hannah Mello

photography by Hannah Mello

Through theatre games, stories, sharing experiences, open heart surgeries, and sincere, loveable, looking-into-your-eye type of communication, these two guys (or should I say men?) lead a two day workshop that dares you to ask, explore, and travel places in your mind you thought you would never see again.

I personally passed through a key moment of realization. I discovered my manhood struggling between my passions and my duties but at the end this workshop helped me in a really theatrical and therapeutic way to find answers that I was not brave enough to reveal. I will totally recommend this workshop. Can’t wait for part two!
— Participant at an open workshop in NYC