"Learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some." Robert Fulghum, Everything I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
Annie G. Levy
Director, Artist, and Educator
Annie G. Levy is a New York-based director, collaborative artist, and educator who frequently works with mythology and ritual. Characterized as highly visual, movement-based, and poetic, her work spans unpacking esoteric ideas to telling familiar and re-imagined stories for inter-generation audiences. She creates theatre that unearths and explores social issues both within and for specific communities, working to find the universality of any and every story. Annie is also an adjunct professor in the Performing Arts Department at Pace University and a teaching artist and curriculum writer with Everyday Arts in Special Education (EASE), a professional development program designed to improve student achievement in the areas of communication, socialization, academic learning, and arts proficiency through integrated, arts-based approaches.