Early on, we recognized that self-expression in various art forms such as Popular Theatre was valuable for our students. Many youth in our theatre programs use the self expressive power of Popular Theatre to analyze and voice social issues that impact their lives. These issues often included violence, abuse, addictions, prostitution, and racism. We have presented stories to and interacted with over 7,000 people, presenting shows at remote reserves, drug and alcohol treatment centers, education conferences, the University of Alberta and other venues.
To learn more about our Popular Theatre programming, please contact us.