In this roundtable discussion, Lifetime Arts invited Diantha Dow Schull, Julie Kline, Education Designer and Trainer and theatre teaching artist, and Ed Friedman, Lifetime Arts’ former Co-Founder/Executive Director, to discuss the benefits of creative aging programs in the theater arts.
Through their research, knowledge, expertise, and personal experience in older adult theater programming, they share how this modality supports skill-building, creative expression, and social engagement in older adults.
*The photo showcased in the interview features two participants, Gloria King (seated) and Jarahn Cosby, performing at an event in NYC as part of Julie Kline’s intergenerational theatre program, “ACTING OUT!” offered through a partnership between the Roots & Branches Theatre Company and the Stanley Isaacs Senior Center.
Aging & Longevity > Adult Education
Aging & Longevity > Lifelong Learning
Aging & Longevity > Positive Aging
Creative Aging > Arts Education
Creative Aging > Creative Aging Model
Creative Aging > Creative Expression
Creative Aging > Intergenerational Programming
Creative Aging > Program Models
Creative Aging > Skills Mastery
Creative Aging > Social Engagement
Creative Aging > Teaching Artistry