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Theatre for Living and the Vancouver Public Library present a theatrical dialogue about family values, gender, and the recently passed Vancouver School Board gender policy updates.

The theatrical dialogue will be facilitated by David Diamond on Saturday, September 13th, 2014, 1pm-3:30pm in the Alice McKay room at the Vancouver Public Library on 350 W Georgia Street, Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territories.

We hope that this will be an opportunity for diverse opinions to come together in a way that builds community - instead of building barriers. We invite all of those supportive, opposed, interested, concerned, straight, queer, trans* to come together and hold space together through the theatre. Everyone is welcome.

It is not necessary to RSVP, but if you are able to let us know if you will be able to come please click "join" on our Facebook page, or send us an email to

For more information, please contact David Ng, Outreach Coordinator at 604.871.0508 or email

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Founded in 1981, Vancouver's Theatre for Living (Headlines Theatre), directed by David Diamond, uses THEATRE FOR LIVING to help living communities tell their stories. THEATRE FOR LIVING has evolved from Augusto Boal's "Theatre of the Oppressed". Since 1989 Theatre for Living (Headlines Theatre) work has slowly moved away from the binary language and model of "oppressor/oppressed" and now approaches community-based cultural work from a systems-based perspective; understanding that a community is a complexly integrated, living organism.

Theatre for Living (Headlines Theatre) work is a worldwide leading example of theatre for social change; theatre for dialogue creation and conflict resolution; theatre for community healing and empowerment. Projects have taken place in collaboration with First Nations and multicultural communities through hundreds of theatre workshops, Power Plays and Forum Theatre events around the world on issues such as violence and suicide prevention, anti-racism workshops, youth empowerment, homelessness and mental health, othering, bullying and community development.

And don't miss our annual theatre based training workshops! They are attended by people from around the globe who apply THEATRE FOR LIVING techniques to mainstream theatre, interdisciplinary work, environmental action, education, counselling, conflict resolution and mediation training as well as community cultural development (CCD).

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