March 28, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (US Central)
The ReACT Gallery is hosting a performance in the Anderson Sculpture Garden in partnership with Focal Theatre Lab and ISU's MFA Program in Creative Writing and the Environment - a new initiative by @ProtestPlays titled Heal the Divide On Campus: An Opportunity for Inter-Collegiate Conversation Through Theatre. In their words, "Our hope is that by introducing short, brand new plays inspired by each playwright’s community, we can cultivate empathy and engage in inter-community conversations about social issues currently at play in our nation." The American Alliance of Museums promotes museums as “a center where people gather to meet and converse and be an active, visible player in civic life, a safe haven, and a trusted incubator of change.” In this spirit, the ReACT Gallery is intended to be a safe and respectful place to express and explore reactions, opinions, and perspectives of national current event issues that are relevant to the ISU community.
Bring your lunch and stay for as much of the performance as your schedule allows. An optional talkback after the performance will take place in 0003 Morrill Hall.
Rain Location: 0003 Morrill Hall