Beyond Testimony: Tragic Spectatorship and Victims of Trauma as Agents of Change
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January 26: 7:00 pm
Threshold Collaborative invites you to an evening of monologues by the Voices of St. Joseph’s Orphanage Writers’ Group, directed by Eric Nightengale and performed by Ami Brabson and Eric Nightengale. The performance is part of an ongoing series of trauma-informed creative writing workshops and culminating theatrical events presented in the original spirit of Greek theatre as a forum for civic discourse. The monologues will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the director, actor and writers.
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