Wednesday, March 29 from 7-9pm
at Source Theatre
1835 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
Featuring: Fabiolla da Silva, Oliva Haller, Elena Velasco, and Annette Mooney Wasno
Raising the Voice in a Culture of Violence is a joint performance and praxis event between Domestic Violence Resource Project and Convergence Theatre. This event uses applied theatre methods and performance practices to address issues of violence against women, particularly against women of color.
This is a Pay-What-You-Can Event
Convergence Theatre will join with other DC artists for a weekend of performance, hosted by Synetic Theatre in Arlington, VA. In this collaboration, new works will be shared and developed, culminating with performances at various stages in development. In keeping with Convergence’s mission, this project seeks to honor the artistic process and challenge our social values.
Building on the success of At What Cost?, this third phase of Guerrilla Theatre Works seeks to strengthen community through the presentation of diverse voices. A NEW NATION continues to press the troubling and changing concept of home, both here and abroad. Further details will be announced for these site specific performances.
by Convergence Theatre Resident Dramaturg, Olivia Haller – Lauren, a recent college grad, moves back in with her parents while she looks for a job. However, the behavioral aggression of Noah, Lauren’s autistic younger brother, is severely increasing. Lauren struggles between her desire to move away to build her own life and the urgent need to contribute to her family’s crisis. This new work will serve as Convergence Theatre’s offering in the 2018 Women’s Voices Theatre Festival.