The most difficult ethical problems are far easier to consider when they are seen rather than read, and it is the job of The Ethical Arts Players to bring ethical dilemmas to life with drama, wit, comedy, and even music.
Established in 1993, the Washington, D.C. based troupe has performed for professional groups in law, medicine, research, government and business, illuminating ethical situations and challenging participants to analyze them. The 15-member group consists of experienced and versatile professional actors with abundant credits in television, movies, stage and industrial shows. Among them are nominees and winners of the DC’s prestigious Helen Hayes Awards and local Emmys; and featured performers on shows like TV’s “Homicide'” “America’s Most Wanted” and cable TV’s Nickelodeon channel.
The Ethical Arts Players are directed, scripted, and occasionally joined by founder Jack Marshall, who in addition to his credentials in law, ethics, and management is an award-winning director of over 200 professional productions, and a professional writer of comedy and satire.
Although they specialize in business, management, and sexual harassment programs, the troupe and its diverse talents can be used in any ProEthics program. Seminars with The Ethical Arts Players invariably set highs for participant satisfaction, attentiveness, and enjoyment. ProEthics seminars using the troupe are ideal for conventions, workshops, large groups, and any time support staff, spouses, and other non-professional personnel will be in attendance.
The Ethical Arts Players also perform interactive teleseminars, using the techniques of old time radio serials.