April 4, 2011
Here is what students have to say about the Theatre for Dialogue class with Voices Against Violence:
“This class will teach you so much about yourself and the world in which you live. This type of class, I believe, is what you come to university for; to foster a positive and beneficial relationship and awareness between community and school, between yourself and strangers. I will always cherish this class and what it’s done for me.”
“The amount of growth I’ve obtained from being in this class, both personally and
academically, has been immeasurable. This class has provided me with some serious self-reflection on the roles I play in life, as a student, as a friend, as a relative, and even as a boyfriend.”
The Theatre for Dialogue program of Voices Against Violence is looking for students for the 2011-2012 class cohort. Train with Voices Against Violence through a two-semester academic course:
Theatre for Dialogue
SW 360K or TD 357T
Wednesdays 2:00 – 5:00pm
Receive: 2 semesters of upper division credit through Theatre and Dance or Social Work.
Registration/participation is through application and interview. Applications DUE APRIL 18TH.
Find more info here:
application available here:
“Amazing! Awesome! I cannot say enough good things about this class and the instructors.
It is of immeasurable value to me. By far, to me one of the most important classes on campus in this university.”
Hear what students have to say about this class: