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Dialogue of Civilizations: Voices of Others

Dialogue of Civilizations: Voice of Others

  • Dec 9 5:30PM ET

  • The Ex

  • Run Time: 30 minutes

Please arrive 10 – 15 minutes early. Reception to follow.

Tickets

Free

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Please arrive 10 – 15 minutes early. Reception to follow.

  • Run Time

    30 minutes

  • Tickets

    Free

RSVP Now

Voice of Others is a collage of scenes and monologues written and created by the students/actors from Palestine, Egypt, Azerbaijan, China, Haiti, Brazil, Iran, US, Ethiopia, and Argentina in the Dialogue of Civilizations workshops, inspired by the essential question of A.R.T.’s production of Life of Pi: How can telling stories help us cope and survive? Our international students/artists created Voice of Others by learning theater skills based on body, mind, voice, and imagination to explore the power of storytelling and how it helps us to cope, survive, and connect to one another across backgrounds.

Voice of Others will also be performed at the Malden Public Library (36 Salem St.) on December 8 at 1:30 and 2:30PM. No RSVP is required for the performances there.

Dialogue of Civilizations workshops are a collaboration with The Immigrant Learning Center and led by A.R.T. Learning Lead Vahdat Yeganeh. In the workshops, students and teachers use theatrical training to explore identity, heritage, and community through learning a new language in a new home. Join us to celebrate the culmination of ten weeks of Dialogue of Civilizations workshops and the excellent work of our new neighbors!

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Reception with light refreshments to follow the presentation.

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