Theatrical Intimacy Education is proud to announce The Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Intimacy Initiative (EDIII) to address the inequities in theatrical training spaces. The EDIII has been developed in consultation and collaboration with Kaja Dunn, Theatrical Intimacy Education Associate Faculty member and Assistant Professor at The University of North Carolina Charlotte, and Brian Eugenio Herrera, Associate Professor of Theater at Princeton University's Lewis Center for the Arts.
The initiative will center anti-racist and anti-colonialist approaches to staging theatrical intimacy. BALTIMORE: Theatrical Intimacy Education (TIE) has announced its Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Intimacy Initiative (EDIII) for theatrical training spaces and programs. The EDIII has been developed by TIE affiliate faculty member Kaja Dunn, an assistant professor of theatre at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, and by Brian Eugenio Herrera, an associate professor of theatre at the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University.