[title of show] Star Susan Blackwell Will Offer Empowerment Workshops in January | Playbill

News [title of show] Star Susan Blackwell Will Offer Empowerment Workshops in January Susan Blackwell, who starred in the Broadway musical [title of show], will offer two workshops on creativity and communication in January.

A creativity workshop titled "Die Vampire, Die!" will be held Jan. 3, 2015, from 10 AM-5 PM.

Here's how the workshop is described: "Based on the song 'Die Vampire, Die!' from the hit original Broadway musical [title of show], a vampire is defined as 'any person, thought or feeling that stands between you and your creative self expression'. This workshop, led by [title of show] star Susan Blackwell invites participants to get their creative juices flowing and their ideas up on their feet. Themes of this workshop include: Personal Empowerment
Creative Freedom Self-Expression Brave Risktaking."

On Jan. 4, Blackwell will offer a communication workshop titled "Now. Hear. This." from 10 AM-5 PM.

"Ever watched 'Side By Side By Susan Blackwell' and thought, 'I want to do what she does!'? In this fun, focused workshop, Susan will teach you methods that will vastly improve your skills of listening and communication. Whether you're an actor who wants to improve, an auditioner who wants to land the role, an artist who wants to strengthen a collaboration, a leader who wants to manage more effectively, a writer who wants to absorb other's voices, an interviewer who aspires to connect more deeply with your subjects, an educator who craves a fresh approach, or simply a human being who wants to be a better human being... this workshop is for you! Themes of this workshop include: Interpersonal Connection Building Rapid Trust Communication Collaboration Conflict Resolution."

Blackwell has hosted the TV show "Side By Side By Susan Blackwell." She also appeared in Volleygirls at the New York Musical Theatre Festival and in Now. Here. This. More information is available by e-mailing [email protected]. Visit eventbrite.com for tickets.

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