CONFINEMENTS explores the many ways we are cut off from full participation in life--from physical confinement to afflictions of the body; from the expectations of family to the habits of mind; and from social norms to the foundations of our identities.
This original theatre piece showcases a collaboration among two groups of individuals who have experienced confinement in both drastically different and very similar ways. The creator/performers in the ensemble are comprised of five Cornell undergraduate students and three Cornell Prison Education students who have recently returned home from prison. Together, over a semester’s work, they have created a piece of theatre that is moving, insightful, warm, funny and provocative.
This online screening with live Q&A is free and open to the public.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Performing and Media Arts, Cornell University Office of Engagement Initiatives, Cornell Prison Education Program, the Phoenix Players Theatre Group, and Cornell School of Continuing Education.
This presentation contains sensitive themes that may not suitable for all audience members.
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