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The Winter Forum Theatre Performance

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"Performance is fully booked.  However, you may want to come on the day of performance and be on the wait list for possible last minute seating"

DATE: Wednesday, February 21, 2024, from 2 - 4 pm (doors open at 1:30 pm) 

LOCATIONDorothy Somerset Studio (DSS)Links to an external site., 6361 University Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2 

DESCRIPTION: Join us for an engaging and interactive event as Conflict Theatre presents the Spring Forum Theatre Performance! This event is open to all UBC faculty and staff and promises to be a unique and thought-provoking experience. Our talented troupe of UBC faculty and staff will showcase an original play surfacing conflict dynamics relevant to the UBC context. As an audience member, you will witness these conflicts unfold, then engage with your peers and the performers in shaping alternate outcomes for their resolution. This is not a passive experience, so come ready to learn, think critically, and be entertained! 

FEEDBACK FROM PRIOR PERFORMANCE EVENTS: Attendees at past Conflict Theatre performances have given rave reviews! Highlights from their feedback suggest:  

  • It promotes a change of perspective: 96% of audience members agreed that they would approach their real or potential conflicts differently in the future. 
  • It is time well spent: 100% of audience members considered attending a Conflict Theatre performance a valuable investment of their time. 
  • It provides valuable learning and insights about conflict resolution: 100% of audience members agreed that they now better understand the clashes of identity and values that lead to workplace conflicts. 
  • It can be uncomfortable, but also (and most importantly) very fun: While 70% of audience members reported experiencing discomfort during the performance, far more, at 81%, reported feeling amused! Some even shared comments like “"It was exceptionally entertaining and a lot more fun than I expected” and “It was fantastic. A very different approach in learning conflict resolution. I really enjoyed it!”   

INSTRUCTOR: Professor Tom Scholte is the Faculty Lead and Artistic Director of Conflict Theatre. He is the Director of this performance.   

OTHER: Attendees must register through WPL to attend due to limited space in the theatre (80 people maximum). If you can no longer attend, please unenroll from this course. If you are encountering issues or have any questions, please contact conflict.theatre@ubc.ca

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