Sheree is a leading UK drama facilitator, with a wealth of experience spanning nearly 30 years of working in schools, theatres and community settings.
She has particular skills when it comes to working with people who have limited experience of theatre and the arts and is able to engage and create with marginalised communities, people with English as a second language and/or communication difficulties.
She is an expert on inclusive practice and bringing different people together, utilising theatre to build understanding and empathy within communities.
Before founding SAVVY, Sheree worked for a variety of theatre companies, including Shakespeare’s Globe, Polka Theatre, Unicorn, London Bubble, Mousetrap Theatre Projects and the Royal Academy of Dance.
She spent 11 years working with SEMH pupils and young people with experience of the criminal justice system and has facilitated story adventure workshops with 3 year olds and reminiscence projects with 93 year olds.
She has project manged and developed youth theatre festivals and been a key co-ordinator on numerous projects with local councils and partners organisations.
Sheree has such a wealth of experience and knowledge and is able to facilitate workshops in a variety of skills including Mask, puppetry, movement, Shakespeare, improvisation, playwrighting & devising ... her speciality however, is in demystifying perceptions of what theatre is and should be, creating ownership of the work produced by those in the room, and making theatre accessible for all.
Refugee & Migrant Network Sutton, 2017
Imagine Water, Reminiscence Project
Imagine Festival, 2013
The Jousting Tournament
Carew Manor Project, 2011
Commedia Swordplay & Tumbling
Sutton Youth Drama Festival, 2010
Imagine Festival, 2007