2015 AGPA OPEN SESSION

art_200x200The Red Well Theater Group is presenting ‘Art’, by Yasmina Reza, as an Open Session at the 2015 AGPA Annual Meeting on February 28 in San Francisco. ‘Art’ was first presented by RWTG at AGPA in 2006. The new cast features RWTG members John Dluhy and Maryetta Andrews-Sachs and guest artist Macario Giraldo.  The Open Session Chair is Bob Schulte. The play is being directed by Rob Williams.  The musician is Tom Teasley. The discussant is Liz Marsh. Liz is also writing a blog account chronicling the Group’s experience preparing for the Open Session.

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St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC

RWTG presented a play reading of ‘ART’ by Yasmina Reza, with post-performance discussion, as part of the psychiatry resident training day at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Southeast Washington, DC. The Group performed at the invitation of Farooq Mohyuddin, M.D., who is medical training director at Saint Elizabeth Hospital. The RWTG members performing the play included Rob Williams, John Dluhy and John Thomas. Bob Schulte served as stage director and discussion facilitator.

Bob Schulte


Dress Rehearsal for ‘ART’

A short video clip and some pictures from the dress rehearsal for ‘ART’ which was held at the Washington School of Psychiatry on May 30, 2010. RWTG presented ‘Art’ by Yasmina Reza at the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society’s 44th Clinical Conference at the Asilomar Conference Center, located in Pacific Grove, California on Saturday evening, June 5, 2010. The presentation featured John Dluhy as Marc, John Thomas as Yvan and Rob Williams as Serg. Bob Schulte directed the play.


California, Here We Come!

RWTG will present ‘Art’ by Yasmina Reza at the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society’s 44th Clinical Conference at the Asilomar Conference Center, located in Pacific Grove, California on Saturday evening, June 5, 2010. The presentation will feature John Dluhy as Marc, John Thomas as Yvan and Rob Williams as Serg. Bob Schulte will direct the play.

RWTG will also present a daytime workshop whereby the participants will conduct a play reading of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. A discussion of the play’s themes related to group therapy with adolescents and their experience as a ‘character’ of the play will follow.
The Clinical Conference is designed for group workers and mental health professionals at all levels of experience, and will feature workshops led by master group therapists and lectures on important theoretical and practice issues. The conference is approved for 12 CEUs for mental health professionals. For more information visit the web at www.ncgps.org.