Vieve Radha Kramer, the director of insight initiatives and TE’A (Theatre of Engagement and Action), founded Radha Productions with the mission of engaging interactive theatre and the performing arts in the service of peace building and conflict transformation. Her artistic work is informed by her background in public policy and conflict analysis and resolution, including her work with Search for Common Ground in Washington D.C.
Chuk Obasi, project manager of TE’A, is an actor, writer and co-producer for TE’A projects. Obasi supports the vision of a new kind of theatre for social change and the belief that art is a universal healing tool.
Rebecca Summers, manager of veteran-civilian dialogue, is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom and several combat deployments, serving onboard both amphibious and aircraft carrier platforms as well as within the strike fighter community. Her goal is to construct inclusive communities across America through dialogue and the collaboration between veteran organizations, colleges/universities and community leadership.
This residency is supported in part by a grant from the United States Institute of Peace.