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Theater for Transformation Class

There is still time to register for the upcoming Sunday afternoon Theater for Transformation class!  If you register with a friend (who is new to the series) each of you will get $25 off your registration fee! 

Theater for Transformation Group Process Class Sunday afternoons 3:00-4:45 starting June 6, 2010 $135 for 6 weeks. In this class, we will practice interactive theater as a process for personal growth, community-building, and healing. In a safe, supportive environment, we'll explore sound, movement, images, and dialogue to envision and enact change in our lives and communities.  No theater experience necessary-- shy people welcome!  Techniques are based on the work of Augusto Boal, author and founder of Theatre of the Oppressed.  Space limited; please register by June 2nd.

This workshop will be held in a private studio in Northeast Portland, near NE 16th and Killingsworth (bus lines 8 and 72) Website registration:  http://teatrocambio.org/WorkshopRegistration.html

What are folks saying about Theater for Transformation? "With TheaterChange, I learned to embody my emotions, which helped me relate to myself & others in new, eye-opening ways" -Meagan "It's been so positive to have a creative outlet--it helped me learn that whatever my creative intuition is, go with it. It works!" -Molli "These simple but potent games and exercises offer illumination to those who are curious about social power, individual roles, and group dynamics. The practice is playful, provocative, sometimes challenging, but never dogmatic." -Stella

About the Facilitator:Tamara Wallace has practiced Theater of the Oppressed since 2000, including training with Augusto Boal and other internationally recognized Theater of the Oppressed facilitators.  Her work has included research and travel to Brazil's rural Central West to rehearse and perform with members of Brazil's Landless Workers' Movement.  Tamara is founder and co-director of TheaterChange* TeatroCambio, and is committed to supporting theater to promote individual, collective, and societal healing and transformation. For more information, please email [email protected], or call 503-334-7491. Some partial scholarships and work-trade opportunities are available.