Building on 2 qualitative studies, one that explored the experiences of 8 marginalized individuals facing life challenges such as addiction, mental illness, poverty, homelessness and unemployment and another that explored body-image with post-secondary and elementary-aged children, this research-based and hands-on presentation introduces at-risk adults to dramatic role play, community practices, and embodiment, and also young children to difficult topics such as homelessness and body image. Using similar drama and movement strategies, this blended presentation demonstrates how groups of people (e.g., marginalized adults, post-secondary students, and elementary-aged children) alike can use dramatic, embodied, and artistic expressions to voice their ideas, and rebuild their identities.