The White Privilege, Black Power Experience
The tailored, topic-driven virtual performances cover a wide range of diversity issues and are a delightfully warm and engaging blend of courage, vulnerability, deep listening, levity, and profound empathy.
A Refreshing Approach to Diversity & Inclusion
A Refreshing Approach to Diversity & Inclusion Education
White Privilege, Black Power, an award-winning virtual improv show, represents a departure from the traditional, furrowed-brow approach to Diversity and Inclusion education. Performers Greg Tindale and Eva Lewis are both delightfully and painfully human, profoundly relatable, and entirely disarming. This nimble-witted duo moves their audiences well beyond humdrum virtual conference room presentations by captivating onlookers with their insatiable curiosity, willing vulnerability, a penchant for awkward topics, and frank exchange.
Interjected by moments of inspired improv, the performance weaves itself around a conversation between the two performers, or a special guest interview, to which we return again and again. The format—itself a lesson in authentic communication and impactful co–creation—is a deceptively simple one: Listen. Empathize. Contribute. Repeat.
This audience-tailored, incisive performance is sure to spark change-making discussion. Rife with wit, humor, sincerity, and a huge helping of empathy, it is an experience that simultaneously entertains and teaches.
This program includes”Talk Back” – a 30-minute follow up with White Privilege Black Power performers, hosted by a master facilitator to discuss any topics relevant to improv, diversity and inclusion, workplace culture, etc..
Listen. Empathize. Contribute. Repeat.
- A more inclusive culture through increased empathy, tolerance, and social perspective-taking.
- Better collaboration due to increased sharing of and receptivity to different ideas and perspectives.
- A heightened understanding of concepts and command of correlated vocabulary.
- Higher emotional and cross-cultural intelligence.
- Enhanced ability to creatively and confidently problem-solve and communicate ideas.
- Increased creativity, better problem-solving, and the capacity to innovate.
We’ll solicit ideas for the show by fielding an anonymous survey to audience members in advance. Ideas will be selected live and given to WPBP in the moment. The tailored, topic-driven performances cover a wide range of diversity issues and are a delightfully warm and engaging blend of courage, vulnerability, deep listening, levity, and profound empathy.
Y’all, White Privilege Black Power just killed at the conference I’m keynoting with a show focused on disability, ableism, and more. They should be therapists or diversity trainers in their next lives. Thank you, Eva Lewis and Greg Tindale for sharing your many talents and insight with us!
Professional and really engaged with our team! Looked like your chefs love what they do. You can see it and feel it! Our mission and goal were achieved!
Our client and the guests LOVED the activity. Paul did an amazing job keeping everyone engaged and entertained.
Today was an awesome event! Our employees loved it! Paul was amazing! Thank you very much for the organized chaos! C’mon Down - Love it!”
Ben and his team were fantastic yesterday! Thank you so very much for everything!
The feedback has been nothing but positive. I received several unsolicited comments from many people who could not say enough great things about the program and the facilitators. It was definitely a success!
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