Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Safe in this Place Public Performance Tomorrow


Safe in This Place, a Franklin Avenue Theater and Dialogue Project that has been bringing residents together to talk about the meaning of safety and security in Crown Heights for the past eight weeks, hosts their public performance tomorrow night (Thursday) from 7:30-9:30pm at St. Teresa's (563 Sterling at Classon). Read on for more information:

Safe in This Place: A Franklin Avenue Theater and Dialogue Project

invites you to join us for a public performance and dialogue about what it means to be safe in this neighborhood



Thursday, March 8, 7:30-9:30pm

at St. Teresa of Avila church, 563 Sterling Pl. (at Classon) (map)



For 8 weeks, residents of Crown Heights, Brooklyn have used theater to engage in dialogue about what it means to be safe. They have raised questions about community, race, class, gentrification, power, police, diversity, and change. In this interactive public sharing of the project, the group members will perform pieces of theater and engage the audience in a continued dialogue about these questions. 



Free! Refreshments will be served.



RSVP or questions to safeinthisplace@gmail.com or 347-762-9439


Please pass the word along to anyone you know who might be interested in attending.

1 comment:

  1. Nick-

    Above, you said you planned to attend this event. I was going to go, but the really nice weather changed my mind.

    How was it?

    How did they portray the neighborhood?

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