Mare Trevathan

Mare Trevathan has been a teaching artist with Think 360 since 2010, specializing in physical theater and guiding students in the creation of their own performance pieces.

A long-time performer with the esteemed Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Mare also loves new and unconventional theater. Recently, she directed and performed “microtheater” with Off-Center (part of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts) and worked with architects in India to create “site-specific” performance art drawing focus to built-environments. As Associate Artistic Director of Local Theater Company, Mare develops new works with a mix of community members and “theatricians”, and also founded and leads a monthly professional development programs for actors and directors.

Mare teaches at the Tony-award winning Denver Center for the Performing Arts and has been a guest teaching-artist in many schools and institutions, including the University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; CEPT University in Ahmedabad, India; and 50+ other locales.

Mare trained extensively with masters and creators of the Viewpoints and Suzuki (physical theatre) methodologies at the University of Washington; in Tokyo and Kanazawa, Japan; and with Anne Bogart, Tina Landau and members of the SITI (Saratoga International Theater Institute) Company at Skidmore College and in SITI’s New York studios.

She has narrated over 550 audiobooks.

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Explore: Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Professional Development, Theatre, Improvisation, Playwriting, Writing


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  • Playstorm

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 6th

    Using reading material from the curriculum as inspiration; an “ingredients list” of words, music, movement and props; and fun play-making techniques; students work in small groups to create a 3-5 minute original performance piece. Promotes reading comprehension, creative (and peaceful) conflict resolution, empathy and teamwork.
    The residency version of this class culminates in 3-5 minute small group performances.

  • Dramatic Grammar

    Workshop for grades 4th through 8th

    Tailored to students’ needs, this is an active, student-centered workshop. Sample subject areas: parts of speech, homophones (your/you’re; its/it’s; to/too/two; etc.), and punctuation.

  • Physical Theatre

    Workshop or Residency for grades 5th through 12th

    This fun, improv-based workshop builds confidence and fosters creative problem-solving skills. Helps highly-cerebral kids circumvent obstacles to creativity; while also reaching students intimidated by performance. Builds a safe group dynamic which encourages natural leaders to practice following, and followers to take a turn leading.
    The residency version of this class culminates in 3-5 minute small group performances.

  • Professional Development

    Workshop for grades Adult through Adult

    Fun, participatory workshop with adaptable classroom tools. (Also excellent for team-building.)