Dramatic Expressions, LLC
Tammarrah Addison is a professional theatre director and certified educator who has taught theatre, speech and English for over 10 years on the East and West coasts as well as overseas. She is an accomplished poetess who has recorded two spoken word albums which are available on all major online outlets: Unbossed Unapologetic Vol. 1: Superwoman and Unbossed Unapologetic Vol. 2: Temerity. Both albums provide listeners with varied perspectives on love, purpose,and choices.
Ms. Addison’s time spent in the military has also ingrained in her a unique and sophisticated outlook on life. She served in the world’s greatest Navy and as a military wife. These experiences allowed her to become an expert in leadership, adaptability, teamwork,individuality and coping mechanisms. She is proud to be able to use her background and training to enable and uplift others.
Ms. Addison also provides workshops using her CreatingMe Method© to groups who want to re energize and motivate those who feel left out or uninspired. This method uses Spoken word, personal experiences, writing strategies and visuals to help participants improve their sense of self-worth inspiring them to promote change in all aspects of their life.
B.A. Theatre Emphasis Performance San Diego State University (CA)
M.Ed. Education Emphasis Teaching Azusa Pacific University (CA)
M.A. Theatre Education Regent University (VA)
U.S. Navy Veteran
$300-$500 per day depending on number of activities and length of residency. Travel expenses and lodging are not included. Fees are negotiable.
K-12, Adults, Alternative Schools, Group Homes, Veteran Services, Continued Education, Prisons, Seniors, After-School Enrichment Programs, University Students, Hospitals
Please contact for availability
CreatingMe Method©: Finding my Voice and Place
The CreatingMe Method uses spoken word, theatrical and personal experiences, improv, creative writing, and visuals to help participants find and use their voice in any space. Participants will create original writing pieces and use the resident poet’s work to facilitate creative thinking. The work in progress will be used as a reflection and create a medium for participants to find their voice and passion.