The heal.be.live. Method

The heal.be.live. Method is a multi-week program that uses theatre to foster hope and healing, while transforming personal narratives into opportunities for social impact. Participants are guided through a process of self-reflection to grow as: professionals, performers and people.

*The heal.be.live. Method was piloted at Interlochen Center for the Arts in 2022.*

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Photos courtesy of Interlochen Center for the Arts, taken by Karin Williams.

"The heal.be.live. Method showed me things that I needed to work on as a person that will ultimately help me as an actor. I also have characteristics and learned about new characteristics that I didn't know that I had, and about letting go of those negative traits or turning them into positives."

- Student, Interlochen Center for the Arts
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Photos courtesy of Interlochen Center for the Arts, taken by Karin Williams and heal.be.live., LLC.

"Morgan Breon was a very experienced and well-put-together director.
Inside of the space, she was well organized and respectful.
Outside of the space she was also incredibly helpful and kind.
During rehearsals, she was very strict and honest, but it the best and most necessary way."


- Student, Interlochen Center for the Arts
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Photos courtesy of Interlochen Center for the Arts, taken by Karin Williams.

"I am so blessed to have been chosen to be a part of this process. I don’t believe in fate, but I do believe that all things happen for a reason. I’d like to believe I was placed in this production/process for a reason, and I can’t see myself in any other production outside of this one. This process really changed how I view myself as a performer, but more importantly as a person. I have learned it’s okay to be real on stage (not that I didn’t know that before, but this was a safe space to play with that idea more) and I have learned so much about how to be a professional in the rehearsal room, a good cast mate, and how to take care of myself before taking care of others. I really believe in The heal.be.live. Method, having gone through it, and I can’t wait to see what happens next."

- Student, Interlochen Center for the Arts