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To learn a bit about The Global Theatre Project, we invite you to watch this 3 minute video:

 

 

For our 4th Annual Stratford/Shakespeare Connection we asked the question ‘What is Our Part?’  What role do we play in the world?  This was explored with wonderful young artists from Actors for Autism.

Video from participation in One Billion Rising in Piazza Repubblica, Florence.  This event involved students of Creative Campus and is a part of our annual V-Day participation to bring attention to violence against women.

 

Segments from ‘A Stubborn Woman: A Theatrical Memorandum on Anna Politkovskaya’ performed at Los Angeles Theatre Center on December 11th as a part of our event ‘Especially Now: Create the World Together.’

 

This video, created by Noah Benezra, introduces The Global Theatre Project.  It was originally shown at ‘Especially Now: Create the World Together’ in December, 2011.

With theatre artists and community members The Global Theatre Project created The ‘Double Double’ Sonnet Project, an event in downtown LA to participate in Stratford-Upon-Avon’s Shakespeare celebration .

At our inaugural event James Cromwell, Ed Harris, Lily Knight, Eric Pierpoint, John Sloan and Tessa Thompson took part in a staged reading of ‘Being Harold Pinter’ to bring attention to the situation in Belarus.  Here they lend words of support.


The Global Theatre Project brought together members of the Los Angeles Theatre Community to make a collective statement in support of our colleagues of the Belarus Free Theatre.

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“An International Romeo and Juliet,” created by the residents, artists, U.S. study abroad students and tourists of Florence in nine languages, was a part of Stratford-Upon-Avon’s Shakepeare Celebration 2010.

James Cromwell supported the work of  Creative Campus by giving a press conference for the inclusion of this project in Tuscany’s Festival della Creatività 2009. (in Italiano)


25 U.S. students and local artists representing 9 countries performed a bilingual production of Eve Ensler’s ‘The Vagina Monologues’ to bring awareness to violence against women and girls worldwide. Teatro di Cestello, Florence Italy.