The Naples Players Theater partners with Lorenzo’s House bringing younger-onset dementia families together by using theatrical arts.
MEET OUR WORKSHOP LEADERS
Summer joined The Naples Players earlier in 2022, building on an established wellness program that had grown significantly in only a few short years. Summer has since been able to take her experience and build new programs with new partners, new approaches, and new students. Her passion lies in utilizing theatre to promote personal, social, and cultural wellbeing within the greater community through storytelling, devising, and the performing arts – and The Naples Players has been the perfect place to do just that.
Education: Received her BFA in Acting and her Certification in Arts in Medicine from the University of Florida, and her Master of Arts in Applied Theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Craig began at TNP as the Education Director and now focuses on TNP’s inclusive classes for kids and adults. Craig designs and teaches classes for students of all abilities where they learn valuable communication skills through the practice of Improv and Acting exercises. Many of Craig’s students have used their newly learned skills to transition into jobs, living facilities, and universities.
Education: Trained and performed with the Second City in Chicago and with Improv Olympic
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Community Virtual Event
On January 31st, 2023 from 7:30 to 8:30pm CT, join our Lorenzo’s House family via Zoom for this exclusive workshop!