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We get asked a lot of questions about our model, our work, and our impact. Many answers can be found below, or within our Community Report.

2023 Community Report

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2019 Community Report

2018 Community Report

What is Interact's approach?

Devised Theater


  • 5.5 hours/day
  • 3-5 days/week


  • Studying visual, audio, and print media and discussing as a company

Performance Creation

  • Character-building; script-writing; plot, music and dance development through improv and theater exercises

Intensives *

  • 5-10 intensives/year
  • Improv
  • Articulation
  • Movement
  • Singing

*Sometimes taught by guest artists

Guided artistic development

Individual praxis

  • 5.5 hours/day
  • 3-5 days/week

Workshops *

  • 4 workshops/month
  • Various media, such as water
    color, ceramics, mosaic, textile, and others

*Sometimes taught by guest artists

Group critiques/Intensives

  • 2 sessions/week discussing artists’ own and others’ work
  • Specialized Ceramics and Fiber Arts studios
  • Research and experience-oriented outings

Daily needs and Adult Day compliance

Individual care

  • Each artist has an Interact advocate and staffing ratios vary between 1:5 to 1:8 for individual care and supports

Daily needs

  • Transportation
  • Medication
  • Coordination with case manager
  • Finance management
  • Communication with housing provider

Adult Day compliance

  • Monthly goal-setting and check-ins
  • Yearly meeting with case manager
  • Daily physical exercises
  • Adult Day billing
  • Up-to-date disability risk and management plan

What does Interact do?

1-2 full-scale theatre productions each year featuring all performing artists

10-20 performances for each production

5-10 performances per year for conferences and corporations

15-20 in-house performances per year for groups touring Interact

Interact artists regularly exhibit work in art galleries, museums and institutions, and artist-run spaces. We partner with local and national organizations to hold exhibitions that explore a broad range of forms and ideas. Between solo, group, and juried exhibitions, Interact artists collectively participate in 15+ exhibitions per year.

Additionally, work by Interact artists is always on view in our Saint Paul studio and working gallery, which is open to the public Monday – Friday, 9 a.m – 4 p.m.

2 domestic or international residencies per year at schools, hospitals, or art organizations

About 3 weeks of arts learning and 2 performances or exhibitions per residency

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