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KPCC's Crawford Family Forum in association with CoActive Content will present a staged reading of Stacey Martino’s play, “The Gift of Peace,” in observance of Human Rights Day. The play focuses on creating a U.S. Department of Peace, and will be followed by a Panel Discussion focusing on Non-Violent Conflict Resolution.
“The Gift of Peace” has toured around the country. Under the direction of Valentino Ferreira, the cast of this presentation of the play will include: Barbara Bain, Heather Carmen, Julia Schuler Decker, Jimmy DeStefano, Elisa Evans, Sumi Sevilla Haru, Barbara Mealy, Jason Powell, René Rivera, Tony Sanders, Elayn J. Taylor, Caryn Ward and Cheryl Ward.
The Staged Reading will be followed by Panel Discussion focusing on Non-Violent Confliction Resolution, which will be moderated by KPCC Reporter, Brian Watt. Panel Participants will include: Adrianne Ferree, Emily Linnemeier, Terry Mason and Tasha Oldham.
In addition to the Staged Reading and Panel Discussion, a brief movie trailer of “Change Is Gonna Come,” about the journey of 27 strangers performing Stacey Martino’s play, “The Gift of Peace,” while traveling on a cross-country grass roots journey to establish a U.S. Department of Peace, will be shown. The film is helmed by Emmy Award-nominated and Directors Guild of America Award-winning director, Tasha Oldham.
Admission is FREE, but please RSVP.
7:30pm - Doors Open
8:00pm - Program
Photo (left to right) - Barbara Bain, René Rivera