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Meet Robert Kordenbrock – RFL’s new Executive Director!

Meet Robert Kordenbrock  Rehearsal for Life's New Executive Director After an engaged process facilitated by an executive search firm, Rehearsal for Life is proud to introduce Robert Kordenbrock as its new Executive Director. Robert joins Rehearsal for Life as it begins its 30th anniversary, having most recently been the Executive Director of the Fenway Community

        Get to Know Mr. Harnett of Murphy School Marketing and Development Associate, Kelsey, sat down with  Mr. Jose Harnett, an 8th grade teacher at the Richard J. Murphy School in Dorchester and an Urban Improv partner educator. He shared about his experience with Urban Improv, teaching during a pandemic, and what

What is a Microaggression? Kids want to know.

What is a Microaggression? Kids want to know. Defined as any instance of indirect, subtle, or unintentional discrimination against members of a marginalized group, microaggressions permeate our culture. Whether in schools, workplaces, or communities, and perhaps not necessarily explicitly malicious, they reflect the institutionalized internal systems that propagate racism, homophobia, sexism and discrimination. In short,

Exploring Loss & Grief through Urban Improv

During the 2020-2021 school year, Urban Improv partnered with Dr. Joseph Spinazzola and the Foundation Trust to innovate a new curriculum exploring loss and grief. The result has been three new filmed scenes called “After Koda,” in which a group of young people grapple with the recent sudden death of a young friend. Our collaborative,

Life Unscripted #3: Youth Unscripted: “The Life That’s Within Us All”

Holly Tarnower (she/her) is a Teaching Artist with Urban Improv and Rehearsal for Life’s Resident Scholar. Her blog, Life Unscripted, offers audiences a deeper look into our organization's work, shedding light on our processes, practices and experiences with students. According to Holly, staying connected to — and being able to look more closely at — a

A Call for Community Action

Friday, March 19, 2021 In theatre for social justice and creative youth development, the term "safe space" is often used. There is a desire for the arts to become a haven for our children in response to the lived experiences that surround them. The reality is that these spaces are not safe for all.  As

Life Unscripted #2: A Conversation on Music in the Urban Improv Classroom

Holly Tarnower (she/her) is a Teaching Artist with Urban Improv and Rehearsal for Life’s Resident Scholar. Her blog, Life Unscripted, offers audiences a deeper look into our organization's work, shedding light on our processes, practices and experiences with students. According to Holly, staying connected to — and being able to look more closely at — a

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