My mission is to help bring creative play and movement flow to as many people as possible. To do this I aspire to create events which contain elements of collective creative expression, pulling on such ancient traditions as Kirtan, utilizing folk singing and dance and incorporating improvisational theatre games. I wish to achieve that elusive goal of removing the “fourth wall” from between the performers and the audience to invite everyone to express their inner performer and encourage the emergence of their inner artist. Under the right conditions, this sort of vision could create collective experiences that have the potential to be very healing for a great number of people. So many people are locked in modes of operation approved by common courtesy and culture. While these unspoken guidelines for behavior are important and useful, it is equally important and useful to break out of our patterns to experience new ways of being and to push our comfort zones. I want to create events that in their very nature, press on people’s comfort zones, inviting them to expand.