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Wednesday, May 15 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Performing Who You Are and Who you are Not. Yet.

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Inner city teenagers of color. Affluent and middle class white people. Business executives. Police officers. Nurses and doctors. Engineers. Scientists. Bankers. Homemakers. Students. Academics.
Performance of a Lifetime (POAL), an award winning training and consulting firm works with thousands of people from many different walks of life in both business, healthcare and grass roots settings; helping them to perform and improvise as a way to choose to grow, co- create with others, and build life, work and community ensembles. Through performance and improvisation – people who “don’t belong” together discover new choices, create new kinds of conversations, relationships, understanding, and possibilities. Through performance and improvisation – people are able to be both who they are and who they are not. Yet. Together, they’re able to perform who they are becoming. And that changes everything.
Utilizing what Performance of a Lifetime calls The Becoming Principle, Cathy Salit, CEO of POAL will lead exercises, share stories, the politics/philosophy of their work; and how it is humanizing some of the most conservative, polarized environments and relationships, and reimagining the activity and creating of change and hope.

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Cathy Salit

CEO, Performance of a Lifetime
Cathy Salit (USA) is the CEO of Performance of a Lifetime, an award winning consulting firm based in NYC. Using the art and science of theater, impro, and performative psychology, Cathy and her global team of coaches, actors, improvisers, and facilitators create and deliver leadership and team effectiveness programs for American Express... Read More →


Wednesday May 15, 2019 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Studio 1 (G271) Grove, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT

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