Project Narrative Lecture: Kevin McClatchy

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February 26, 2020
4:00PM - 5:30PM
Location
Denney Hall 311

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Add to Calendar 2020-02-26 16:00:00 2020-02-26 17:30:00 Project Narrative Lecture: Kevin McClatchy
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Kevin McClatchy

Please join Project Narrative for a lecture by Kevin McClatchy of the Ohio State Department of Theatre. In his talk, "Playing by Heart: Using Shakespeare, Science and Ensemble to Engage Two Communities," McClatchy will focus on a discussion of the origins, collaborations, research and future of the groundbreaking Shakespeare and Autism Project at The Ohio State University as well as Ohio State's Shakespeare and Veterans initiative. The Shakespeare and Autism Project — a collaboration between the Department of Theatre and the Nisonger Center — uses Shakespeare-based drama games to address the social and communicative challenges for children with autism. The Shakespeare and Veterans initiative — a department of Theatre partnership with the Columbus VA — employs Shakespeare and rehearsal-room techniques to engage veterans, military family members and caregivers to communalize their experiences in the ongoing transition from soldier to civilian.

Denney Hall 311 Department of English english@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Kevin McClatchy picture
Kevin McClatchy

Please join Project Narrative for a lecture by Kevin McClatchy of the Ohio State Department of Theatre. In his talk, "Playing by Heart: Using Shakespeare, Science and Ensemble to Engage Two Communities," McClatchy will focus on a discussion of the origins, collaborations, research and future of the groundbreaking Shakespeare and Autism Project at The Ohio State University as well as Ohio State's Shakespeare and Veterans initiative. The Shakespeare and Autism Project — a collaboration between the Department of Theatre and the Nisonger Center — uses Shakespeare-based drama games to address the social and communicative challenges for children with autism. The Shakespeare and Veterans initiative — a department of Theatre partnership with the Columbus VA — employs Shakespeare and rehearsal-room techniques to engage veterans, military family members and caregivers to communalize their experiences in the ongoing transition from soldier to civilian.

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