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Elephant-in-the-Room Series® presents playreadings and community conversations about stigmatizing topics that we as a society often feel uncomfortable discussing in public.
Following the reading, a facilitated audience conversation focuses on attitudes about ethical issues involved in the subject over time and today, and our responsibility as a society to bring these issues out of the shadows and into the cultural mainstream.
In the current climate of alienation and miscommunication, these events use live theatre to create a safe and nurturing environment that encourages transformational communication between individuals.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation says that New Hampshire Theatre Project :
“uses theatre to bring people together to talk about immensely difficult things and connect people with resources available to help…. Community happens when it’s safe to talk about the hard things.”
The following plays are available for virtual and in-person performances in your community, organization or institution. For more information, please contact Genevieve Aichele, firstname.lastname@example.org
Work with our company artists to create transformational theatre for your school, business, non-profit or institution. Together we can uncover the most challenging issues through the power of theatre.
Eating disorders are mental and physical illnesses that affect people of all genders, ages, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and weights.
The threat of violence in schools occurs across the country. The new play "Poster 528" created by Genevieve Aichele, explores the complex issues behind these acts of terrorism.
"Final Thoughts" by Tim Barretto explores the isolating issue of suicide, which was the tenth leading cause of death overall in the United States, claiming the lives of over 47,000 people, in 2017.
"A Wider Circle," written by Mary-Ellen Hedrick, examines the complex challenges of substance misuse disorder.