Performing the World 2010

Can Performance Change the World?

New York CIty, September 30-October 3, 2010

Performing artists, community organizers, theatre workers, educators, scholars, youth workers, students, social workers, psychotherapists, psychologists, medical doctors, health workers, and business executives are coming from 31 countries to discuss/perform that question and their responses to it. Performing the World 2010 is well underway. Nearly 100 presentations, workshops and performances will be featured at this year’s Performing the World, including presentations dealing with performance, health and wellness.

Registered attendees of the Acting Together conference and members of Theatre Without Borders  are being extend a special discount rate of $200. Please indicate that you are from TWB when contacting us atwww.performingtheworld.org
 
 
 
 

3-day conference • New York City • Sept 30 – Oct 3

Performing the World 2010 brings together artists, activists, young people and scholars from

dozens of countries, all of whom are involved in the emergence of performance as a new way of

relating to, understanding and transforming the world. The conference is open to all.

For more information:

ptw@eastsideinstitute.org,

or 212-941-9400 x 385

performingtheworld.org

can performance

change the world?

Sponsored by

All Stars Project, Inc.

East Side Institute for Group

and Short Term Psychotherapy