We do theatre for many reasons: to entertain, to inform… and sometimes we do theatre to make a difference. In this workshop, educators will have the chance to look behind the curtains and peer into the guiding principles of Literacy Connects’ Stories that Soar!, a devised theatre program that inspires school communities, and helps thousands of students each year find their voice through literacy and the arts. Throughout the workshop, attendees will reflect on the importance of defining their own guiding principles as educators with a leaning towards social impact.
Tyané Kuya studied Musical Theater in Berlin, Germany. She has worked as a performer for many US productions, including Nickelodeon and Stories that Soar! She has performed in various large productions internationally, including Friedrichstadtpalast, and Jazzclub Neukoelln. Tyané worked as a Musical Director for the performing arts school JMEM Berlin, and the subsequent touring production. She has toured throughout Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Estonia, Czech Republic, India, South Korea and Japan. She has a passion for the arts and people’s stories as expressed through their various cultures and is dedicated to making a positive impact that has a world ripple effect.