Come join Brave Practice Playback Theatre Collective, Window Seat's collective of theatre artists, for a community reflection through storytelling and theatre about living out our shared values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. What does it take to step into a new space for the first time? How have you experienced being welcomed into this community? Where do bravery and belonging fit in your own journey?
Stay for both the performance and workshop, or just the performance. Practice bravery in community in the way that makes sense for you on the day. No previous theatre experience is necessary! This opportunity is open to "all-ages," meaning community members who can actively participate and benefit from this experience in a group setting. Email us if you have questions about whether this workshop will be a good fit.
We are a community resource for storytelling and deep listening. Founded in 2021 through Window Seat, Brave Practice is a collective of theatre artists who use Playback Theatre and other theatre-based techniques to foster connection, inclusion, and belonging locally. We serve a beautiful, diverse, intergenerational, and multicultural community within and connected to the South Sound region. With us, you'll practice empathy, express yourself, collaborate with others, and explore your own gifts and potential. Become familiar with techniques in Playback Theatre, a kind of improv theatre where people share true moments from their lives and others play them back on the spot.
This performance and workshop is FREE and by donation, because we believe everyone should be able to participate in arts and humanities programming. We encourage those who are able to make a contribution to support the continuation of our access-for-all offerings. Register ahead of time or get tickets at the event.
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