InterPlay North Carolina

Cynthia Winton-Henry and Phil Porter

Cynthia Winton Henry and Phil Porter have been collaborating for over 20 years as artists, teachers, performers and embodied philosophers. Their fascination with creating in the moment led them to develop InterPlay, which makes it easy for anyone to make up stuff on the spot, regardless of ability or previous experience. They have delivered lectures, performed concerts and taught seminars and workshops around the world and have trained over 100 InterPlay leaders.

Cynthia’s and Phil’s books include What The Body Want’s; Having It All: Body, Mind, Heart and Spirit; Together Again at Last: The Wisdom of the Body; Body and Soul; and Poems, Prayers and Exhortations. Other works are concert video tapes: “God, Sex and Power,” “Fear and Abandon,” and “The Unbelievable Beauty of Being Human.” They’ve also done a short video describing their work, “An Introduction to InterPlay” and Cynthia has made an audiotape, “Tales of A Suburban Mystic.”

Read more about Cynthia and Phil, InterPlay, Wing It! Press and Wing It! Performance group at

Visit the Asheville InterPlay website

Special Events

Aug 4 – Aug 6

Men’s InterPlay Weekend

Trinity Center
Pine Knoll Shores, NC


Sep 14 – Sep 17

Secrets of InterPlay

Health Touch Conference Center

Unlock the Wisdom of your Body!


Oct 13 – Oct 15

Dying to Live Tour and Cabaret

Pilgrim United Church of Christ



Ginny Going & Tom Henderson

Ginny Going and Tom Henderson are retreat and workshop leaders, performance artists, organization consultants and master InterPlay teachers.


“We began with an interactive session that was an intellectual challenge to get out of our business meeting box and for many, our personal comfort zone, a very good thing, and then we were treated to a very creative and entertaining improvisational show. At the least, and totally worth it, it was very entertaining. At its fullest it was a valuable interpersonal growth and group community building experience. It was an evening that our managers will talk about for a long time.”

— Herb McKim, Civil Engineer, McKim and Creed