Dr. Vivian J. Dorsett, PhD - "Be A Voice"
AGAPE THEATRE COMPANY
 
“I use traditional theatre techniques such as; scripts, dramatic presentation, role play, role reversal, and non traditional applied theatre techniques such as; sociodrama, playback theatre and theatre of the oppressed, to assists groups to interact and bring awareness to social and political issues.  I assist curriculum's with a focus on tolerance, understanding and acceptance, we not only bring awareness to our communities and at risk populations, but develop social skills within social groups that can be applied to everyday lives."     
                                                   - Dr. Vivian J. Dorsett-
 

Dramatic Presentations Written & Directed
Using Applied Theatre techniques, Dr. Dorsett specializes in dramatic presentations.
-Community Theatre-Pre K through Secondary Ed-Higher Education-National & State Conferences-Political Rallies-Faith Based Programs-Historical Presentations-Puppet Theatre
-Playback Theatre-Non Profits-Academic Programs-Spirituality

Topics include: Civil Rights, Juvenile Justice, Foster Care, History, Biblical Stories, Youth, Foster Care, Sex Trafficking, Social Issues, Social Bonding, Traditional Theatre, Senior Citizens, Homeless.  


Education & Community: Social Justice Theatre 

 
 
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Applied Theatre: Juvenile Justice National Symposium San Antonio, Tx 2010
Co-written and Directed by Dr. Dorsett. Co-written and performed by PVAMU Charles Gilpin Players, 2010. "The System" based on Child Welfare & Juvenile Justice
 

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Applied Theatre: PVAMU Red Ribbon Week, "Dont Drink & Drive"
Written and directed by Dr. Vivian Dorsett, performed at PVAMU by the Charles Gilpin Players. 2010
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Applied Theatre: PVAMU ACCESS 2013, Puppet Theatre
Co-written & directed by Dr. Dorsett. Cultural Diversity & Social Bonding between students from PVAMU, a historically black university and the Texas Alabama Coushatta Tribe daycare. Performance by ACCESS college students
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