Leslie Felbain


Ecole Jacques Lecoq and Atelier Serge Martin - Paris, France 1978-1981; Alexander Training Institute Teacher Certification 1991; B.S. Dance and Anatomy 1975 University of Wisconsin; Kabuki & Noh Theatre AC Scott, Augusto Boal, Monika Pagneaux Workshops with Jerzy Grotowski's Polish Theatre Lab, Theatre du Soleil, Peter Brook, Cranio-sacral Therapy, Upledger Institute Certification 2000.

Kreativity Open Mic Night

Join the Kreators of the Kreativity Diversity Troupe for an open mic night, full of music, dance and spoken word.

Want to try out your own performance chops? Show up and sign up! Just looking for a night of entertainment from some of the most talented students in the metro area? Simply take a seat and enjoy the show.

Eyes Wide Open

COURAGE is hope embodied, unchecked by fears. It is the will to live in your truth in the face of external pressure. LEVELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS are the mental, physical, spiritual and emotional ingredients that create our multidimensional selves. AWARENESS, whether it happens before or after, too late or too early, are the breaths of realizations that keep us on the journey of our identities. Eyes Wide Open is an artistic exploration of these distinct yet interwoven themes of human experience. Explore, question, challenge, choose, and change along with Kreativity Diversity Troupe!

New Visions/New Voices

The University of Maryland partners with The Kennedy Center’s 25th anniversary New Visions/ New Voices festival. Playwrights and producers from South Africa, Korea and India collaborate with TDPS students on their plays written for young audiences around the globe. Readings of these new theatrical works will be held at UMD followed by an intensive development period at the John F. Kennedy Center with professional actors and directors.

UMoves Undergraduate Dance Concert

The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies presents a concert featuring the emerging talent of the next generation of dance artists. The program includes original works created and/or performed by undergraduate students majoring in dance as they are finding their choreographic voice and vision, plus new works developed throughout the year by guest choreographers.

Third Annual Black Theatre Symposium

Welcome to the Third Annual Black Theatre Symposium:

“Embracing Inclusion and Diversity in American Theatre”

Sponsored by the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, the 2016 Black Theatre Symposium (BTS) continues to champion efforts towards inclusion and diversity in American theatre.

In its third year, the BTS symposium will address the overriding theme: “Black Aesthetics:  Past, Present, and Future.” Through panel discussions, workshops, and performances, BTS will explore the following:


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