In addition to recently creating an interactive original e-learning program called Turbo TIGER, in collaboration with PSU graduate students and other professionals, which is now available to schools, TIGER has also produced many original TIGER musical performances exploring difficult social issues children face in schools and in life. In the Fall of 2012, TIGER also created an original television pilot on bullying with NHPTV, winning a regional Emmy for the best produced Children’s/Youth program, a bronze Telly, and a first place for best feature given by the NH Broadcasters Association.
Lindberg teaches graduate and undergraduate courses at Plymouth State University, and is artistic director of the Flying Monkey Family Theatre in Plymouth, NH, the St. Martins Summer Theatre in St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada and the Palestinian-American Children’s Theatre (PACT) in Ramallah, Palestine. Lindberg also founded the Kearsarge Arts Theatre (KAT), a summer arts program that ran for 30 years in the Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire, and is currently the producing/artistic director of the Educational Theatre Collaborative (ETC). An Affiliate Faculty member at Emerson College in Boston, Lindberg also teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Puppetry and Theatre for Young Audiences and supervises MFA students in Theatre Education. With the help of TIGER’s wonderful Tour Manager, Pam Irish, Lindberg hopes to produce many more inciteful, powerful, and meaningful TIGER performances for countless children in the years to come.