Patricia McGregor’s magical, family-friendly production of Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale begins previews tomorrow, culminating the 2013 Cal Shakes season with a profusion of music, movement, miracles—and Triangle Lab activities.
Visit the memory wall to collect an object and tell us what memory it evokes.
Pick up song lyrics at the Triangle Lab activity sign (also inserted in your show program) so you can sing along during the performance.
Stop on the entrance path to see video ofspoken-word performances by RAW (Richmond Artists with Talent), part of a Triangle Lab workshop exploring the impact of loss and healing through art.
On October 1 and 11, one hour prior to the performance, join storytellers from The Shout—led by Rami Margron—in the Grove Talk Grove to hear and share stories about faith and forgiveness.
Come see Artist-Investigator Arielle Brown’s work at Fruitvale Station this weekend. This is the fourth installment of her Love Balm Project, and includes testimony from Oscar Grant’s family.
Our Hallowed Ground is a series of site-specific performances based on the testimonies of Bay Area mothers who have lost children to violence. These performances, curated by The Love Balm Project, will take place in the spaces where the young men were murdered to commemorate their life, the memories that their mothers and Grandmothers still carry, the communities that witnessed their death and the sanctity of the ground on which they stood. Come join us on our hallowed ground to bear witness. Join us at Grant Station—Fruitvale Station—to hear and see a life-changing experience. We will honor Trayvon Martin, Alan Blueford, and many others with a vigil and speak out as to what you can do in this movement of change.
When: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Where: Grant Station, a.k.a. Fruitvale Station
Time: 4pm Love Balm Project, Music, Vigil, Speak-out
Contact: OGF Director Sis. Beatrice 510-599-6357