Politics, Revolution, and Art: A Theatrical Symposium

  • Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company 641 D Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20004 United States

Join artists, activists, policymakers,and thought leaders for an interdisciplinary symposium exploring the theatricality of global politics. Taking place during closing weekend of the Woolly Mammoth production of internationally celebrated Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderón’s play Kiss, this FREE event will explore the relationship between theatre, political activism, and global politics through an in-depth panel discussion, a film screening, and an excerpt from Calderón’s play Neva.

Panelists include Kyoung Park, Artistic Director, Kyoung's Pacific Beat (USA/Chile) and Yury Urnov, Director of Kiss (USA/Russia) with special remarks from Azar Nafisi, the critically acclaimed author of NY Times Bestseller Reading Lolita in Tehran, Things I’ve Been Silent About, and The Republic of Imagination.

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