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Allison Caw

Barbara Sellers-Young


Bob Feldman

Conrad Alexandrowicz

Careena Melia

Catherine Madden


Eli Sibley

Colum Morgan

Cynthia Kneen

Lee Ordeman

Deborah Robertson

Daniella Vinitski


Elizabeth Mozer

Eileen Standley

Christopher Beaulieu


Genesee Spridco

Greg Webster

James Stover

Jason Bohon

Jeff Casazza

Jeff Fazakerley

jeff.fazakerley@cui.edu23 Meadowgrass

Jeffrey Lambdin

Jeff McMahon

Joe Herrera

Jess Prichard

Julie Rada

Jeff MIlls

Kevin Inouye

Kate Meehan

Kali Quinn


Luke Eddy

Lisa Bohn

Justine Moore-Luparello


Mandy Greenlee

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Margaret Boersma

Meredith Dufton

Emily Davis

Jessie Mills

millsj@wabash.edu109 S. Washington Street

Melissa Noble

Maiya Murphy

Matthew R. Wilson

Nadine Mozon

Pam Johnson

Parke Fech

parkeafech@gmail.com5500 Wissahickon Ave

Penny Maas

Eliza Ladd

Katie Jones

kathryn.ann.jones@gmail.com4440 Laguna Place

Rachel Bowditch

C. Robin Marcotte

Robert Ruffin

Sandi Carroll

Slade Billew

Joan Bruemmer-Holden

Sheila Kerrigan

Tamala Bakkensen

T. Anthony Marotta

Terry Glaser

Therese Crews

Tracy Terstriep-Herber

Tom Truss

Jeremiah Black

wellingtonblack@hotmail.com35 Westfield Drive

Yo-El Cassell

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Bibliography for Creativity and Focus

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  • Bayles, David and Ted Orland. Art & Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking. Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1993. ISBN 0-88496-379-9 A general meditation on the path of an artist in our world and how fear affects that journey. Focuses on the visual arts, but applicable to theatre arts. Sections on talent, vision, approval, faculty issues, art & science, and craft.
  • Gendlin, Eugene T. Focusing. NY: Bantam Books, 1978. ISBN 0-553-27833-9 Explains a six step process of focusing and body awareness. Covers clearing a space, felt sense of the problem, finding a handle, resonating the handle and felt sense, asking, receiving.
  • Mulry, Ray. In the Zone: Making Winning Moments Your Way of Life. Arlington, VA: Great Ocean Publishers, 1995. ISBN 0-915556-28-6 Using relaxation, balance, flexibility, and focus to operate at your peak.
  • Richards, Mary Caroline. Centering in Pottery, Poetry, and the Person. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1989. ISBN 0-8195-6200-9 Focus on the attentive stillness of soul, self-acceptance, and a delight in creative accidents.
  • Strasberg, John. Accidentally on Purpose: Reflections on Life, Acting, & the Nine Natural Laws of Creativity. NY: Applause, 1996. ISBN 1557831963 Dreaming, creativity, and sense memory.
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