THEATER AS A LABORATORY FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION & HEALING
Hector Aristizabal has been invited to develop a series of lectures and theater workshops from April 5 to April 10 at the Havens Center, established in the Sociology Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1984.
The A. E. Havens Center for Social Justice is dedicated to promoting critical intellectual reflection and exchange, both within the academy as well as between it and the broader society.
The program will include:
“Theater as a Rehearsal for Social Transformation”
Tuesday, April 5, 4pm, 206 Ingraham Hall
“Theater as Ritual, or the Place Where Humanity Heals”
Wednesday, April 6, 4pm, Multicultural Student Center Lounge, 2nd floor Red Gym
Performances: “Nightwind” and a performance develop with a group of high school students that will participate in:
“The Sankofa Experience: Our Journey, Our Future, Our Cause”
Saturday, April 9, 7pm, Memorial High School Auditorium, 201 S. Gammon Rd.
Co-sponsored by the Anonymous Fund, the Arts Institute, the Center for the Humanities, the Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives, and Global Studies.
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