Boston Premiere: Acting Together on the World Stage: Performance and the Creative Transformation of Conflict

Event Date: Sunday October 23, 2011
Time: 6:30pm

The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School

cordially invites you to the Boston Premiere of the documentary film:


Acting Together on the World Stage:

Performance and the Creative Transformation of Conflict

October 23, 2011
6:30pm – Reception; 7:00pm – Program Begins

Distler Performance Hall, Granoff Music Center

Tufts University
20 Talbot Avenue, Medford, MA


Featuring the film screening of “Acting Together on the World Stage” and a post-film discussion on the importance and the risks of cultural diplomacy with leading experts:

  • Arthur Kibbelaar, Consul for Press and Cultural Affairs at the Consulate General for the Netherlands, NY
  • Dijana Milosević, Artistic Director of DAH Teatar, Belgrade, and contributor to the Acting Together anthology
  • Cynthia E. Cohen, co-creator of “Acting Together on the World Stage,” and Director of the Peacebuilding and the Arts Program, International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, Brandeis University

With the goal of illustrating non-violent ways of addressing human conflict, the documentary “Acting Together on the World Stage” presents the work of theater artists, cultural leaders and peacebuilding practitioners who are drawing on the disciplines of their crafts to support communities to creatively resist abuses of power, re-humanize adversaries, and become more just, inclusive and peaceful. Featuring stories of artists from the United States, Peru, Argentina, Serbia, Uganda, Cambodia and Australia, the 55-minute film strengthens an emerging international movement linking performance and peacebuilding, and highlights the movement’s achievements and its promise.

In addition to the film, highlights of the event include a musical performance by Libana, reception, book signing, displays of work by Medicine Wheel Productions, refreshments and more. Click here for more information.

Buy your tickets now
General admission: $25
Students: $15 with code “studentdiscount”
(Please bring student ID to event)
Cash or check only at the door please.

Co-Sponsored by the Program on Negotiation


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