Theater Delta uses Interactive Theater – scripted and improvisational audience participatory theater – to foster dialogue and implement solutions that result in palpable change in communities around the globe. Theater Delta operates on a pedagogy that recognizes when participants engage characters and conflict, and subsequently take part in a dialogue where they process the issues, they are more likely to change personal attitudes and behaviors. Theater Delta: Experience Theater.
Theater Delta offers individual programming that addresses a variety of conflicts that impact our communities. We can also create a custom performance to explore specific issues unique to your community. Click on the categories below for our current repertoire.
This performance provided us with opportunities to share ideas in a non-threatening environment.University of California-Santa Barbara faculty member
Theater Delta did a great job. This should be done on every college campus.Rush University undergraduate student
The acting was amazing. I also loved the instructor. Very engaging.Rush University undergraduate student
This performance was highly engaging and interesting. Very thought-provoking.North Dakota State University faculty member
After experiencing this performance, I intend to become an advocate rather than sitting in the shadows.Columbia College-South Carolina undergraduate student
The Theater Delta experience made it real; this format is significantly better than lecture.North Dakota State University faculty member
The facilitator draws in and wraps up each point – he was very effective in addressing key points and leading the discussion.Duke University faculty member, BioCoRE Program
I wish you guys could do this for Congress! We would have a better government. Thank you, Theater Delta, for making me a better person and the world a better place.Emory University faculty member
I learned that Interactive Theater is a heck of a good teaching tool.University of Alabama Birmingham faculty member
The open conversation allowed for many ideas to be shared and a deeper understanding to develop.Washington and Jefferson College incoming freshman
Interactive Theater is a very interesting, novel way to teach ethics. These were very relatable issues.Duke University graduate student, Duke Pratt MEM Program
I appreciated the chance to actually interact with the characters and see how they feel and think.Washington and Jefferson College undergraduate student
Many other discussions/performances are very general, but this performance led to a very nuanced discussion of communication.University of Alabama Birmingham graduate student