Reg Flowers

Bio

Reg Flowers began his career as a theater artist, on and off- Broadway, with several guest starring television appearances. He is founder of Falconworks Theater Company a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) that uses popular theater techniques to build capacities for civic engagement and social change. He received the 2005 BAX10 Award for Arts Education. He is a faculty member at Pace University.

As a community activist and organizer, Reg supports several community development projects including the New York City Worker Cooperative Development Initiative and coalition building in Detroit, MI. He specializes in Theater of The Oppressed (TO) facilitation, often in collaboration with Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory and foremost TO practitioner Julian Boal.

Reg is a regular panelist at the NYC’s Left Forum and offers workshops throughout NYC and Detroit to both English- and Spanish-speaking communities. Reg Flowers is a graduate of University of the Arts where he received his BFA and also holds an MFA from Yale School of Drama. He currently splits his time between Detroit, MI and Brooklyn, NY.