Latest post from The GTP Blog: . . . And I do not want to engage any further in the violence of this world. I don’t believe in it. What I do believe in is Life. So, as we move forward on these new programs: The GTP Creative Corps for youth and The GTP Institute for university students, we will focus on one thing: The development of creative thinkers who will work to maintain a balance to this darkness, will seek a light to shine on our lost pathway, who will be encouraged and guided to believe in a power greater than hatred, fear, violence and the destruction of our humanity. This will be the focus of our work. In honor of all the innocence being destroyed as I type each one of these letters. Read More
What do you know about Belarus? And why should we care what is happening there?
In our latest projects we worked with Artists, Youth and Community members in the U.S. and Italy (versione italiana)
The Global Theatre Project participated in 2 of the 18 events around the world in a global initiative, Belarusian Dream Theater, which brought attention to the human rights and censorship situation in Belarus, a country mostly ignored and which deserves our attention.
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Our Creative Corps program for Los Angeles youth took part in creating aspects of the event!
Read our Artistic Director’s thoughts on ‘Why Belarus’ on The GTP Blog
Other Projects of The Global Theatre Project:
At the 4th Annual Stratford/Shakespeare Connection we asked the question ‘What Is Our Part?’
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