Photographer:Tahereh | Rahul, Vyoma, Evan, Daniella and Indrajeet

Shadow Liberation

For two days we will have a grace to been in the company of the theater that puts the audience on center stage – Shadow Liberation. Evan Hastings, artistic director and four actors, students of Srishti School of of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore shared with us some thoughts on oppression toward gender. With the interactive play they would like to bring awareness on issues of violence, and find out how can social media be used to leverage dialog on the topic, which according to United Nations did overgrown to epidemic proportions.

At 7pm on Tuesday 6th of March at Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of Indian Culture in Interantional Zone. Audience members will be invited to interrupt gender oppression by coming on stage and interacting with the Shadow Liberation performers. This participatory theatre piece portrays a series of unresolved conflicts and leaves it up to the audience to come on stage in role and change the outcome. This performance group is touring to India, bringing this creative dialogue to diverse audiences across the county.

Students from Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology under the direction of Evan Hastings, will perform this dynamic interactive theatre experience.

Shadow Liberation:
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