Creativity is a powerful force and tool in times of great change. As America continues to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are also coming together and crying out for racial justice and change. The horrific deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd and the recent shooting of Jacob Blake, who was unarmed, have inflamed America and the world to ask pertinent questions about racial injustices and call for police reform. These events have opened up the country’s awareness and have led to deep, honest discussions and an excitement for change. The passion of America has been lit!
Join ATW for an inspiring lecture led by Artistic Director and Founder Thurman E. Scott where he will share new insights about racial discrimination and how to create change in America.
With the pandemic still in full force, he will also teach creative insights and simple exercises that will help you change the energy of fear and uncertainty caused by Covid-19 and see the many possibilities that exist in the world.
This interactive session will include a lecture, creative exercises and an open dialog where you’ll have the opportunity to ask a master theatre artist questions about today’s issues and how you can use these creative techniques and insights in your own daily life.
Join us on Zoom and Facebook Live on September 23rd at 7:00PM EDT / 4:00PM PDT
Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creativity-covid-19-and-the-cry-for-justice-and-change-tickets-118382066949
About ATW & Thurman E. Scott
The Actors Theatre Workshop is an award-winning non-profit theatre, community center and educational institution with 30 years of service to the community. Thurman E. Scott is the Artistic Director, Executive Producer, and Founder of ATW. He is a master teacher of creative process and conflict resolution, and an award-winning actor, writer, director and producer who uses the principles of drama to address the conflicts of the community.
We look forward to seeing you!