421 W 24th Street, #5D
Primary type of performance
Myths, Multicultural, Asian, Celtic, Sacred, Literary, Biographies, Adult, Medieval, Environmental, Business
Bi or Multi Lingual
Specializes in myths and participatory storytelling to form connections between universal themes and contemporary personal lives. Karen>s interactive presentation work includes corporate executives, Broadway actors and special interest groups from doctors to monks in exciting story-centered events for grown-ups. Her 40+ original musicals and workshops also involve over 4,000 young people every year. Sponsors choose themes and then, led by Ms. De Mauro, these collaborative site-specific shows are presented in forums from the United Nations to Hudson River Festivals, from historical sites to art and nature parks like Acadia. Karen is also the director of Naturestages. Her book, <Acting as a Way< details a process that activates the artist-in-everyone, and documents her journey from Kyoto>s Noh theatre to the training centers of Lucent Technologies and Lehman Brothers in both the United States and Japan.
Cleared for all New York Schools and the Northeast
All travel and housing fees (if any) are project-specific.