Open to Public / Antigone in Ferguson at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church 2019
Screening of We Are Not Princesses, followed by discussion
Thu, Jul 11.2019 4:00 PM
This screening is presented in conjunction with the 10 week run of Antigone in Ferguson and will be followed by an audience discussion, centering on the refugee experience.
We invite all attendees to stay for the 7pm performance of Antigone in Ferguson.
Admission is Free.
Racism & Social JusticeThe Drum Major Instinct
Commissioned by BRIC, The Drum Major Instinct engages audiences in dialogue about racism, inequality, and social justice. The performance features a dramatization of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final sermon, embodied by prominent actors and supported by a large gospel choir, composed of singers, activists, police officers, and musicians from St. Louis, MO, and Brooklyn, NY.
Natural DisasterBook of Job
Developed in collaboration with PopTech, The Book of Job was created to promote healing dialogue within the community of Joplin, which was devastated by a tornado in May 2011. The project has since been presented all over the country and the world, from New York City (Hurricane Sandy), to Pascagoula, MS (10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina), to Japan (Fukushima)
Consent & Sexual ViolenceTape
Tape has been developed as a sexual assault awareness and prevention training program that uses dramatic readings of Stephen Belber’s 1999 play to ignite powerful discussions about consent, sexual assault, rape, and power dynamics.