11/17 – Covenant House Troupe in “Closed Doors”



Nov 17th, 7pm

Reserve free tickets: Covenant House Troupe in Closed Doors

Barrow Group Theatre, 312 W 36th St, NY, NY.

A forum play addressing the truth behind abuse, neglect, and the search for safe housing for young women in our community. Created and performed by the Covenant House Forum Theatre Troupe. Based on the real-life experiences of the actors.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the NYC Council, and by Ford Foundation.


Theatre of the Oppressed will also present an Intro Workshop on Monday, November 30th at  6:30pm.
Register for the workshop All Barrow Group community members welcome to register.

Theatre of the Oppressed is an interactive, physical and playful tool used to investigate situations in which we are denied our basic rights, personally and collectively. Participants use theatrical debate, through games and scenes, to uncover the many possible alternatives to real-life challenges. This workshop provides an introduction to the games, exercises and improvisations that make up the core tools of Theatre of the Oppressed, inspired by Augusto Boal and Paulo Freire’s work. By imagining and rehearsing solutions together onstage, we prepare ourselves to take action offstage.
Facilitated by Becca Lynch, Liz Morgan and members of the Covenant House Troupe youth ensemble.