ArtStream, Inc.

1st of February 2010

Congratulations, Ermyn King

Ermyn King, Art Stream’s Director Hospital and Hospice Programs, performs interactive storytelling for small groups of patients and family members at local hospitals.  Recently, Ermyn’s storytelling program was spotlighted in the Children’s Inn Spring 2010 newsletter Innspirations. “Through this wonderful medium, Inn residents are given the opportunity to experience empowerment and connect with heroes and heroines…

Healing Through the Arts in Maryland Life Magazine

Look for a quote from co-founder Nicolette Stearns in the February issue of Maryland Life Magazine. She adds her insight to the article “Healing Through the Arts: Embracing Theater as Therapy”. “The performing arts are a safe place to let emotions out. It allows for distance, so it’s not like therapy. It’s more abstract, so people…

15th of January 2010

American Theatre Magazine – Full Spectrum Access

ArtStream was featured in the article “Full Specturm Access” in the January 2010 American Theatre Magazine. The article discusses the growing interest in the performing arts as a tool for individuals with autism. Even after teaching fundamental building blocks, theatre can continue to provide community and understanding to older students and adults living with autism. ArtStream, an…

24th of June 2009

Gaithersburg Inclusive in The Gazette

The Gaithersburg Inclusive Companies received a great write-up of their performances of It’s a Wonderful Pie and A Mystery to Me in June 2009.  “The final show is always a huge tearjerker because this has been a real journey for them,” [Nicolette] Stearns says. “We’re a very small part of these people’s lives, but we’re a very bright…

20th of April 2009

Push Pause TV – Profile on Russell Lefurgy

Push Pause TV profiles Russell Lefurgy and visits the Silver Spring Inclusive Theatre Company as they rehearse Keep the Studio Rockin’! Thanks to Natasha Lim and Channel 1’s Push Pause TV!

16th of March 2009

Kickball in the Press

The Arlington Inclusive Company received wonderful press for their pitch-perfect performances of Kickball The Musical! The show was developed from improvisational efforts over the last year. Stretching the boundaries of credulity and offering some far-fetched plot twists is half the fun. Read The Arlington Sun Gazette’s review. “The whole show was just so clever. I loved…

20th of November 2008

Sally Kinka and Adam McCrensky on Studio 501(c)(3)

Look for ArtStreamers Sally Kinka and Adam McCrensky on the Access Montgomery show Studio 501(c)(3) in November. Watch the full interview here! Courtesy My Montgomery Media

7th of November 2008

Knights of Glory on WAMU’s Community Minute

We were featured on WAMU’s 88.5 FM “Metro Connection” on Friday November 7, 2008. The piece focused on ArtStream’s Deborah Jean Arts in Hospitals and Hospice Program which began its programming at the Children’s Inn at NIH. Andrew Hiller reports on the first ever production of Knights of Glory at The Children’s Inn at The National Institutes of Health. This…

15th of October 2008

The Washington Times Brainstorms with the Arlington Inclusive Company

The Washington Times stopped by an early, brainstorming rehearsal with the Arlington Inclusive Theatre Company for their article “Acting for Expression.” “Acting makes me realize anything is possible.” – Actor Casey Hammeke

1st of September 2008

“Emilia O’Connor – Opening Doors On Stage” in Bethesda Magazine

Check out this article on co-founder and artist Emilia O’Connor in the September 2008 issue of Bethesda Magazine! “Emilia O’Connor Opening Doors On Stage” “When you’re a parent, you’re always trying to correct [the children], so you’re tending to see what needs fixing,” says Rosemary Miller of Silver Spring, whose daughter Lynn Miller, 31 was also in the…