March 29th, 2012 → Leave a comment

It’s my fourth Artist-in-Residence grant award project! And I’m doing something totally different than I’ve ever done before!

Join the Environmental Justice League!
A Community Theater Project Exploring Environmental Racism

Want to develop your writing and performance skills? Want to learn about the impact of pollution and lack of healthy food access on low-income communities?
Learn about collaborative theater making, puppetry, and working social issues into theater. In this innovative eight-week workshop, participants will get an overview of environmental justice issues and craft that knowledge into a fun, informative, and original performance work.

*  Guest workshops include puppeteer Paul Zaloom’s “Theater of Trash Workshop”!
*  Toxic Tours Field Trips!
*  Be a Green Superhero!

*WHEN: We meet and rehearse Saturdays 4/28- 6/9, 1-5pm, Special “Toxic Tour Field Trip” on 5/5/12 at 9am- 4pm (mandatory for participation), Final show for the public on Saturday 6/16 at 2pm!
*WHERE: William Grant Still Art Center, 2520 West View Street Los Angeles, CA 90016 Some additional rehearsals on weekday nights may take place at other rehearsal spaces in District 10.

All experience levels welcome. Open to participants 18+ Translation is available in Korean and Spanish. Participation is by application only. Commitment to sessions and participation in final show is required of all participants.

You can find the application here:

la aplicación en español

For more information please email

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