A front row seat to the Jordan Show
Collaboration is an essential part of any college experience. Learning how to work and interact with others is a skill that is crucial for any individual aspiring to have a career. It is also a skill I did not fully understand before college. This thesis focuses on my experience with collaboration during "The Liars’ Bench," an immersive learning seminar at the Virginia Ball Center. "The Liars’ Bench" required me to work with fifteen other students to create an original musical about Nashville, IN. Through the format of a memoir, I explore what conditions provide a successful collaborative experience and analyze my growth as a collaborator during this project.