"Cheese Sticks" - UCB Haas School of Business - 2018
"Cheese Sticks" - UCB Haas School of Business - 2018

Student Cohort Collapse due to Microaggressions: After the dramatic scenario has unfolded to the highest point of conflict, the scene ends and audience members speak directly to the actors in character to ask them about the thoughts and motivations behind their actions.

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"No Right Answers" - Claremont Colleges - 2014
"No Right Answers" - Claremont Colleges - 2014

Student-Teacher Miscommunication and Unconscious Bias: If the same script with the same words are spoken by different actors, and only the gender, ethnicity, privilege, or age of the speaker changes, what do we learn about bias in the ways we listen and the subtle interpersonal dynamics in our professional interactions?

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"Active Participation" - UCB Graduate Student Division - 2015
"Active Participation" - UCB Graduate Student Division - 2015

Graduate Student Instructor Training for Inclusive Classroom Teaching: Training content for BIT workshops are always tailored to address the unique needs of each audience. For example, Graduate Student Instructors — despite being some of the most diverse faculty members on campus — are often not included or considered in planning faculty trainings. Their unique concerns are, as a result, overlooked. BIT would provide content that directly addresses this particular issue.

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"Cheese Sticks" - UCB Haas School of Business - 2018
"Cheese Sticks" - UCB Haas School of Business - 2018

Student Cohort Collapse due to Microaggressions: After the dramatic scenario has unfolded to the highest point of conflict, the scene ends and audience members speak directly to the actors in character to ask them about the thoughts and motivations behind their actions.

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Berkeley Interactive Theater was founded in 2008 as a UC Berkeley Campus Theater Company “to serve, educate, and train staff, faculty, administration, and students in the complex arenas of race, class, sexuality, ability, and status.” Their work is known for delivering excellent customized-learning theater experiences, based on research drawn from focus groups, shaped in collaboration with community members, and presented to audiences in an interactive style.

Upcoming Workshops

(All Workshops offered via Zoom until further notice)

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Thursday, March 11th, 2021

9:00am - 11:00am PST

UC Berkeley College of Engineering

Schmidt Science Fellows

"Cell Abrasion"

Thursday, August 12th, 2021

12:00pm - 2:00pm PST

Stanford University Faculty and Staff Training

"Passive Participation"

Thursday, September 23rd, 2021

1:00pm - 3:00pm PST

UC Berkeley College of Engineering

"Taken for Granted"

Thursday, November 18th, 2021

3:00pm - 5:00pm PST

UC Berkeley Graduate Student Advisors Training

"Waiting for the Okay"

Friday, March 4th, 2022

1:00pm - 3:00pm PST

Stanford Medical Center

Medical Faculty and Staff

"The Never-Ending Search Committee"