Photo of the Week
- Kristen Robinson '09 (above, right) is the center of attention as she puts on a show in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Robinson spent four weeks this summer in the country, working with the Parapanda Theatre Lab as part of an interdisciplinary and international exchange program at Yale, where she is an MFA candidate in set design in the School of Drama. "Parapanda is the only functioning theatre company in Tanzania," Robinson says. "The company is internationally known for its work in participatory theatre, theatre for social change and contemporary theatre. With the artists at Parapanda, we workshopped and performed two pieces of theatre developed from interviews we collected in two neighborhoods in Dar. The purpose was to work together to create an interactive theatre and music piece, with the hope of inspiring community dialogue and action for change." To parallel the theater work, Robinson and her fellow exchange students studied liberation theology in the evenings. "It was an amazing opportunity to work with inspiring international artists as well as to experience a world both very different and similar to our own," she says.
- Photo submitted by Kristen Robinson '09
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