Wednesday February 23 at 6pm

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Feb 23 6:00 pm

Virtual Performance and Live Chat: People Like Us

We are pleased to present, in partnership with Artreach, Inc. of Norwich, a virtual staged reading of the play People Like Us, a 35-minute one-act followed by a live in-person facilitated discussion with Emma Palzere-Rae and Elijah Manning. People Like Us is not only a professional theatrical offering, but is also structured to spark productive community discussion around the issues of diversity, inclusion, and systemic racism.

Open to the public. Suggested donation $5.


About People Like Us by Michael Erickson: Commissioned by Plays for Living (™) in 1994 to address diversity and racism in the workplace; the play quickly became one of Plays for Living’s most popular programs in a variety of venues for well-over a decade. People Like Us explores the challenging and highly charged issue that is confront society today. Set around a multi-cultural workplace and related locales, the play shows subtle, not-so-subtle and systematic ways that racism plays out in the characters’ lives. There are no easy solutions; however, the play sets the stage for discussing the many actions that may be taken to successfully address the issues. Not only awareness raising, the play is a quality theatrical event that is productive a tool for social change.


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