Using Image Theatre of Theatre of the Oppressed, we will investigate our own personal challenges and social struggles to create short, concise messages/reminders, written stylishly on flat pieces of wood, that are placed in public spaces, that invite the reader a moment of reflection about the resiliencies and wisdom we, as diverse peoples and communities have.
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Angelo Moroni is Artistic Director for S.I.T.E. Theatre. He has presented original work at the Museum of Anthropology, UBC (2017), the Vancouver Fringe Festival (2017), the Vancouver Art Gallery (2018), Vancouver Biennale (2019), Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival (2019). He studied Classical and Modern Theatre in UNAM University, Mexico City. He currently collaborates with Theatre Terrific. He has been exploring the techniques of Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) for 18 years and has facilitated TO workshops at UBC, SFU, Amnesty International, and Neighbourhood Houses. Furthermore, he has adapted TO for kids and the Visually Impaired Community. He currently continues to give performances and workshops with a variety of organizations and events in the Lower Mainland and in Mexico.