A sculpture in a park, with tents in the foreground and trees in the background, with a large pink banner with "Non Violent" in block letters hung in front

Public Good


Public Good is an interactive, participatory performance where the audience is asked to come to a collective agreement in the face of an unprecedented moment of conflict and change. In an emergency, what are the rules and social norms we agree to? Can we preserve our values in a new era of scarcity?

The listed run time includes a 30 minute Q&A after each show.

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