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Missing Peaces… Personal Stories About Peace, Conflict and Reconciliation – a Perspektives Show

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March 13, 2022 @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm EDT

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Perspektives invites you to share (and listen to) stories about those smaller and bigger conflicts we all experience. Those battles within ourselves, disputes with others, struggles with different situations, conflicts with the world… Stories can be about the conflicts we could have prevented, those which can’t be solved, those for which you found a solution and those which you can laugh about. And about anything in between.

This show is part of the online Playback North America Conference & Performance Festival: Playback in Community- Reaching Towards the Futures We Want. It will include over 20 conference sessions and 8 performances, hosted & performed by PNA members. The full Performance Festival runs 3/11/22 – 3/13/22.

Tickets for just this show are $15-30 (Sliding Scale) Purchase below! 
Get a Performance Festival Pass to see all 8 Shows for $35-80 Sliding Scale ($60 recommended)
Get a Conference Pass to see all 8 Shows plus over 20 workshops for $25-150 Sliding Scale ($75 recommended) 

Perspektives was founded in the beginning of 2021 by Ann Duchateau. We are an international Playback Theatre company with a heart for people and a nose for stories that connect. We are a diverse team that consists of nine enthusiastic people. That enthusiasm and diversity are at the core of our quality to do this beautiful work. We offer a scope of physical theatricality and a lot of variety from literal to very abstract, depending on what is needed. Our aim is to bring high quality (online) playback theatre which is engaging and connecting.

Performers: Lou (she/her), Hadass (she/her), Marcin (him/his), Elsa (she/her), Yvonne (she/her), Ann (she/her) and Ward (him/his), (and maybe Roberta (she/her) and Andrea (she/her) too).