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New Meetup: Theatre of the Oppressed with Julian Boal

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Brooklyn, NY
Announcing a new Meetup for BROOKLYN FORUM ON CURRENT AFFAIRS!

What: Theatre of the Oppressed with Julian Boal
When: Sunday, June 12, 2011 7:00 PM

Where: Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
7420 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 745-8520

In June we will join forces with the Good Shepherd's 'Art on the Corner' series, which will be hosting Julian Boal of the Theatre of the Oppressed. We hope you can join us. Julian Boal, international Theatre of the Oppressed practitioner and Augusto Boal's son, will speak in NYC on Sun June 12, 2011. Julian Boal is based in Paris and Rio de Janeiro. He is an international practitioner of Theatre of the Oppressed. He has conducted workshops in more than 20 countries, alone or as the assistant of Augusto Boal. He collaborates on regular... basis with different organizations for projects regarding Theatre of the Oppressed, among them CTO-Rio in Brazil, Jana Sanskriti in India, Pa'tothom in Spain and Coringa in Croatia. He is currently the member of two groups, GTO Paris and Feminism-Enjeux. He is the author of Imagens de um Teatro Popular. Directions: R Train to 77th St. Station and walk back two blocks to 75th Street (Bay Ridge Parkway) and Home of Art on the Corner This is a Semi-Annual Series in Collaboration with two Lutheran Ministries for the Purpose of Maturing Faith & Spirituality in the Public Square. This event is for free. For more information, go to:

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