Casey Groves holds an MA in Creation Spirituality from Holy Names College and an MFA in Theater, Ritual, & Social Justice from Goddard College. He has 20 years of personal Jungian Analysis and 30 years of meditation practice under the guidance of a Jesuit priest and Zen Master. At St. Peter's University, he directed 17 Greek Theatre Project productions and taught Theater and Social Justice courses. Casey is a certified teacher in the spiritually based Michael Chekhov Theater Technique. His company, Inner Compass Productions, works out psychospiritual challenges through drama. Excavating Katrina attempts to resurrect the city by weaving together stories as if they were the scattered body parts of Osiris. In The Wise Man of Nyokodo, a Japanese Catholic Peace activist meets the Nagasaki Bomber Pilot with principles of nonviolence. Seelos: Doctor of Seelos takes the audience on a healing journey up the spine and the chakras through seven scenes that parallel the seven Catholic sacraments. In a scene he wrote for a film about the Ukraine war, his character, Slava, helps his wife be reborn after her descent to the Underworld. The film recently won “Best Trailer” in the Symbiotic Film Festival in Kiev.