As of January 1st 2019, this program is now included within the Dignity, Freedom and Solidarity Program.
"I see theater as a gathering place, a place to come together and look at civic matters… I am always trying to be part of the broader conversation. If we say that art can make social change, how do we pull people into it? This is the moment to look at ourselves in the mirror… The challenge is how to move people from outrage to action."
"Of all our cognitive capacities, imagination is the one that permits us to give credence to alternative realities. It allows us to break with the taken for granted, to set aside familiar distinctions and definitions."
"Begin with art, because art tries to take us outside ourselves. It is a matter of trying to create an atmosphere and context so conversation can flow back and forth and we can be influenced by each other."