Wisdom, grace, humor, and being a bad-ass with Lucretia Anderson
On this episode, Erin is joined by Lucretia Anderson. Lucretia shares her beautiful piece from the October 2019 live show in which the audio failed to record during the first half of the show.
They talk about the Black Lives Matter movement, mindfulness practice, the benefits of feeling and processing the spectrum of emotions, even anger. They talk candidly and with humor about mindful motherhood. Also, about the value of theatre education in helping them develop compassion and interpersonal understanding. They discuss all the ways in which they each combine lifetimes of eclectic experience to shape new narratives and help others choose which inner voice to follow. This was such an awesome conversation!
Lucretia M. Anderson, B.F.A, West Virginia University, is a Washington, DC native where she was a teaching artist and educational theatre director with several theatre companies including the Smithsonian’s Discovery Theater, Adventure Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre Company, Round House Theatre, Imagination Stage and Young Playwright’s Theatre.
Lucretia’s life’s journey has been guided by the spirit of helping others with a sense of joy and wonder. They are a trained administrator, workshop facilitator, mindfulness coach, writer, and speaker with over ten years of experience with guiding young people and adult creatives and educators in personal development. They are also a social entrepreneur with two businesses.
After years of research and the successful application of the tools necessary for their own personal growth and expansion, they are excited to provide innovative solutions for personal growth, discovery and action to their clients.
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