Director Opportunities

IDC Training & SLAY! Workshop

Saturday, December 11, 2021 at 10:00 am

900 Hennepin Third Floor

Along with our partners at Perpich Center for Arts Education, we’re excited to offer a workshop for educators from IDC (Intimacy Directors and Coordinators). Designed with K-12 theatre teachers and directors in mind, this course will provide resources for creating lesson plans, games, and exercises centered on the value of personal agency and consent. This full-day workshop will also include an open community conversation about casting with a DEIA focus, a SLAY! workshop with Brian Bose, and an optional happy hour for educators. Registration is $20. Space is limited.


  • 9 – 10 a.m.: Open Community Conversation for Directors: Casting with a DEIA Focus
  • 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.: IDC Training: Consent in the Classroom & in Production
      • Note: A catered box lunch will be provided during this session
  • 2 – 3 p.m.: SLAY! Workshop with Brian Bose
  • 3 – 4 p.m.: Optional Happy Hour


INTIMACY DIRECTORS and COORDINATORS is an organization pioneering the best practices for performed intimacy for theatre, live performance, tv and film. They aspire to create safe and harm-free environments for the production of intimate scenes. IDC is the premier organization for training and certifying new Intimacy Directors and Coordinators, offering a framework of research and theory along with practical application in some of the most prominent entertainment spaces in the world.

BRIAN BOSE, born and raised in Los Angeles, is a Nigerian, Belizean, Guatemalan, Jamaican, and Indian American. As an actor-singer-dancer, performing artist, choreographer/director, and international teaching artist, he revels as a multidimensional storyteller. He wholeheartedly believes that he was put on this earth to move, be moved, and to move others. Deep down, he maneuvers through the world as a wisdom-collector and truth-seeker. More inquisitive than Curious George, he possesses an utter fascination with human beings, how we tick, and why.