Who done it?
The Quad Manhattan hosts two weeks of workshops annually for all staff to get out of the box style updates to best practices in 2e education, share resources, and train new interns and staff members. This summer, as non-traditional as its ever been and true to Quad form, staff members broke the ice with a murder-mystery. Led by camp director and Broadway enthusiast Bryan Campione (founder, Broadway Buzz), the introductory session of the June workshops started with a bang!
Modeled after Broadway Murder Mystery's Bullets on Broadway, the opening act invited all staff members to take a role and begin the process of deception and deduction to find out "Who done it?"
After several inventive at-home costume changes of bath robes and beach hats, the morphed personas of the virtual party goers asked question after question in breakout rooms custom designed by Campione. Lots of laughs later, the crew was well on their way to established teamwork.
"Together Everyone Achieves More, or TEAM" is the acronym used by Campione to set the tone of staff togetherness at a time of uncertainty and isolation approaching the camp season.