Two Free Workshops
March 18 and 24, 2017

BORDERLANDS: Boundaries & Migrations
Led by Paloma Irizarry and Hariprasad Kowtha
Saturday March 18 • 11:15 AM–1:00 PM
at the Screening Scholarship Media Festival
in the Annenberg School for Communication
3620 Walnut Street on UPenn's campus
Click here to register—it's free
See full festival schedule here

Based on Gloria Anzaldzúa's seminal work, Borderland/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, T.O. Philly explores the borderlands between nation-states, languages, neighborhoods, work and home. Using the tools of Image Theatre—movement and stillness, acting and witnessing, observing and storytelling—participants dive into a study on personal boundaries and the intersections that lie in between. 

RIFTS: What Divides Us & What Unites Us
Led by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews
Friday March 24 • 9AM–Noon
at the Rotunda • 4014 Walnut Street
Email "" to register
Free workshop • Donations welcome

RIFTS is a workshop about social and political differences that cause schisms between people and groups. Whether it's ongoing dynamics within a relationship, heated talk with family around the dinner table, clashing opinions at work or school, or polarized viewpoints that divide a nation, the roots of these rifts have much in common. In this workshop we'll physicalize our experiences by using the language of theatre to dig up these roots in order to build the world we want.

To sign up for Borderlands, fill out this form. It will register you for the two-day festival of which the workshop is a part.

To sign up for Rifts, email "" or call 267-282-1057. Same email and phone number if you have questions.

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