An UNESCO-recognized educational tool for implementing social change, Forum Theatre is a community-focused, facilitated style of theatre designed to address social issues and inspire action for change.
Forum Theatre gives communities the agency to develop their own grassroots solutions and the ability to envision the positive outcomes of creating social change.
The techniques of Forum Theatre creation are transferable to a wide range of community engagement and educational initiatives. Workshop participants will receive the skills to become better facilitators, artists, community leaders, and more socially-aware educators.
We are so glad to be receiving multiple requests for workshops throughout the year. And in response, we are now holding workshops every 3-4 months!
We do not have any workshops currently scheduled. To be notified of upcoming dates you can check this page, follow us on social media, or write to email@example.com to be added to our email list.
Thank you for your interest in our workshops!
Our workshops have covered topics such as…
- An introduction to the key principles, exercises, and effective practices to use when creating Forum Theatre with communities
- Important considerations and practices to follow when scripting Forum Theatre plays
- The “Masks of Manipulation” – an invaluable character development and conflict resolution tool we often use in our Forum Theatre practice
- How to be an effective “Joker”/Facilitator in Forum Theatre projects and performances
- Creation and performance for social change
- Please make all cheques payable to “Mixed Company Theatre.” Cheques can be mailed to 540 Dawes Road, Apt 407, East York ON. M4B2E9.
- For payments through Interac e-transfer, and to ask any questions about fees, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cash payments are not permitted.
- Payment must be made on or before the start date of your workshop in order to receive the Zoom link.
- In the spirit of removing financial barriers to access, Mixed Company Theatre is able to offer a limited number of “Pay What You Can” payment options to those who require financial assistance in order to attend our workshops.
- Please indicate your need for this option through the registration form for the workshop(s) you wish to attend.