PSA On Tolerance: 28 veterans and civilians in 11 languages use Shakespeare to promote peace
Watch 28 veterans and civilians in 11 languages recite a monologue from The Book Of Sir Thomas More to raise awareness about tolerance. Known as the 400 year banned monologue, Shakespeare's plea for empathy was a critique of how people at the time were treating minorities and immigrants. This resulted in the Queen's censor banning the play. The piece is timeless. Warriors For Peace has a simple message: America is great BECAUSE of its diversity! Produced by Christopher Loverro and Warriors For Peace theatre. www.WFPtheatre.com
Warriors For Peace Theatre Muslim Outreach Project
In order to take a stand against Islamophobia and hate, Warriors For Peace theatre partnered with DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion® to support the Muslim community by offering a free workshop. Held at the IMAN center in LA, veterans and community members of the Muslim faith spent a day learning Shakespeare and dance. Building bridges through art. Produced by Christopher Loverro and Warriors For Peace theatre.
Veterans Support The Muslim Community: A Day Of Dance And Shakespeare
Nizar Ayadi And Jacques Heim, Founder of Diavolo, talk about their experience working with Warriors For Peace Theatre's and how it is making a stand against Islamophobia and supporting the Muslim community. IMAN Cultural Center, in Los Angeles, CA on April 20th, 2019.
Warriors For Peace GoFund Me Campaign Video
GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-war-veterans-start-nonprofit-for-peace Warriors For Peace Theatre is launching its debut production of Julius Caesar. We are seeking financial help to accomplish our mission of helping veterans heal through the arts. We invite you to be a part of this unique production where a collaboration of veterans and civilians will breath life into one of Shakespeare's most famous works. Placed in a modern war setting, see a very diverse cast, gender bended roles, and war veterans tell a story about war while our nation is at war! Opens November 30th at the Hudson Theatres in Hollywood. Check out the vide (watch till end), throw us some coin, SHARE, and thank you in advanced! To learn about our mission to help veterans and promote peace go to: www.WFPtheatre.com.