Living Stages - Workshops
Living Stages  - Theatre for real life!
Spring Workshops & Trainings

Theatre of the Oppressed:

Living Stages is happy to partner with 

Opening up the Rainbow: Exploring Internalized Oppression
Saturday, April 12, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
at Trillium Charter School
$85, no one turned away.

A follow-up to our ever popular “Cop-in-the-Head” workshop, this full-day session will offer techniques from Boal’s book “Rainbow of Desire” as a process for exploring internalized oppression and interpersonal conflict with roots in societal structures. Through theatre games, trust-building activities, stories and scenes, participants will explore moments of conflict where the problem was not only in the outside world-- but where aspects of it have been internalized. 

About the facilitator:
Tamara Lynne has been performing since the street theatre of her youth in small-town Oregon, and is passionate about theatre as a process of transformation and empowerment. Since 2001, she has focused her work on Theatre of the Oppressed, including training with the late Augusto Boal and travel to Brazil's rural Central West to work with members of Brazil's Landless Workers’ Movement. She is Creative Director of Living Stages, and has offered the community training and facilitation in Theater of the Oppressed since 2001 as part of TheaterChange /TeatroCambio.

In partnership with Mandala for Change and Mother Earth School:
Race & Culture in Educationan interactive diversity training
March 22-23rd 
$250, no one turned away
email for information and registration


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