Martin Storrow believes in the power of creativity to transform our lives and our world. As a teaching artist with theater dybbuk, Martin is fortunate to work with individuals and organizations, applying his expertise in both the arts and leadership development to help them elevate themselves and their communities.
Martin has an extensive background in leadership development and facilitation. He has designed and facilitated retreats and gatherings for hundreds of students and young professionals across the United States and in Europe, Israel, Australia, and the Former Soviet Union. Martin served for two years as the first Director of Leadership Development for Moishe House, where he co-created Retreatology, an immersive program designed to teach DIY facilitation and gathering design. As a teaching artist and independent consultant, he has facilitated gatherings for companies and organizations ranging from the Schusterman Foundation, to JFNA, Hillel, and JDC Entwine. Martin is passionate about global Jewish communities and the issues that impact them, and he has had the privilege of serving on JDC Entwine's national council, JDC's RIG Fellowship selection committee, and the board of directors of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.
Martin spent nearly a decade as a touring musician and songwriter before working in the Jewish community, and eventually found his way back to the arts professionally as a writer/composer for musical theater. His music can be heard in film and television shows on NBC, Starz, and Netflix, and he currently has an original stage musical in development.