What World Can We Create Together?
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- How can we most contribute to the future of a planet that, as it becomes more global is also becoming more territorial?
- What legacy can we leave our children and why are the arts so vital to their inheritance?
- How can theatrical processes offer tools that assist individuals to both navigate and lead through this global landscape?
The role of the arts has shifted in this century. We are at the edge of a new conversation. No one can stand on the sidelines as the international landscape shifts and changes. Our children and university students must pro-actively stand with our artists in the center of this new reality.
An Explorer’s Desire: Our hope is that this project will bring a more thoughtful and empathetic viewpoint to the migration of peoples and the communal value of our personal migratory histories. And that it might, in some way, positively impact more public dialogues taking place in the year to come. Read More
Latest post from The GTP Blog: . . . In 2013 I commissioned work by playwrights living in Italy and the US to respond to the question of whether or not, in the world in which we live today, immigrants could cross borders, for whatever reason, as explorer’s of our world. . . When I pieced these works together it was important to me to show that we were all a part of one world, one tribe – the human tribe – sharing this planet. Now, in 2016 I am compelled to re-explore this piece because of a wave of migration which no feeling person can ignore, and a wave of fear-mongering and racism which we must not ignore. Read More
Programs of The Global Theatre Project:
Our Work With children and youth
The GTP Institute (launching in 2017)