CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS—ALL LEVELS OF THEATER-MAKING EXPERIENCE WELCOME
Theater to the People: HOME is a series of theater-making workshops with a special focus on social justice and community building around the issues of immigration and gentrification. It is open to adults (18+) of any level of skill and experience. Participants will develop an original short theater piece through improvisation, physical theater and clowning techniques, creative writing, music, and devising as an ensemble, using theater making as a tool to discuss the social-justice issues connected to the theme of “Home” and what it means in our rapidly gentrifying “city of immigrants,” where many of us find our sense of safety and ability to feel at home threatened by outside forces.
All workshops will be conducted in both Spanish and English, but speakers of any language are welcome.
REGISTRATION IS FREE, BUT PARTICIPANTS ARE NOT COMPENSATED.
WORKSHOPS ON MONDAYS, 7–9 p.m.
March 2–May 11, 2020
A commitment to MOST of the workshops is requested, but drop-ins to “try it out” are welcome.
All workshops will occur at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, 421 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
More info: www.theatertothepeople.com
Register by e-mail:TTTPHome@gmail.com
Theater to the People: Home is a part of BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange’s Creating Space Series.