This summer, I had the honor and the privilege to be a performer in an immersive theatre production in collaboration with The Denver Center and Third Rail Projectsout of Brooklyn, NY. Each night 72 audience members would arrive and immerse themselves into a theatrical experience accompanied by performers, music and an elaborate set in a 1600 sq. ft. warehouse. The audience would often be divided, guided into rooms and regrouped throughout the 2 hour immersion. At one point during the production, each audience member would find themselves alone, in a space, with an actor. Continue reading →
People often ask me, “why the name, Red Ball Speaks?”
“I have a passion for people and a passion for helping the people in my life laugh more and to communicate better. So, I have dedicated myself to doing just that through my business, Red Ball Speaks! Red Ball was a game I learned back during my improv days in Chicago. When I would warm-up with my team at a rehearsal or before I hopped on stage. So, when I was thinking about what to name my business, I chose Red Ball for its lineage and because I loved the idea of a Red Ball as a metaphor. A red ball stands out and this is what I want for my clients— to stand out. Whether that be in a presentation or on a team project, I want my clients to succeed!”
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Meridith and her team are rock stars at engaging individuals in a new way of communicating through combining the performing arts and improvisation with business acumen. Our interactive workshops will give you and your team tools to help with group dynamics, trust, adaptability, creativity, ideation, common purpose, and overall improvement in day-to-day practices.
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So, you have a presentation or a public speaking engagement and you’re looking for some tips. Well, you came to the right place. Here are 5 tips that will help you get started when thinking about your performance. Because that’s what it is, right? You’re performing, not just talking: