Workshop: Answering the Call
The Joker-actors of Theatre of the Oppressed NYC’s Rapid Response Troupe will model how they design and prepare TO presentations for non-theatrical events in collaboration with NYC’s activist, academic, and social justice communities. This includes an evaluation of the performance opportunity, selection of games and scenes from their repertoire that will engage and activate the spect-actors based on location, event size, and the relationship of the spect-actors to the scene topic, and who will take on which roles, based on availability.
TONYC raises grant funding so that the troupe can show up for critical events, at no cost or sliding scale (based on access to resources). The Troupe was launched in 2018 with the intention that directly impacted actors could receive a call and gather quickly to facilitate games and perform to a variety of gatherings: a rally, a demonstration, a hearing, a school walkout, you name it.
Facilitated by: Liz Morgan & Gariyana Williams
Please note: This event is in-person only.
Rates for this workshop are on a sliding scale. Please select the tier that feels appropriate for you based on your financial means, the value you wish to receive, or your desire to support TONYC.
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647 Columbus Ave
New York, NY 10024
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