By Melissa Baluk on June 7, 2019
The plays – created and performed by UBC faculty and staff participating in the Rehearsing Conflict workshop series (June 13-20) – are an opportunity to explore and engage with workplace conflict using the situation and tools of theatre. We hope you can join us for this unique theatre experience.
Audience members are invited to take part in the plays but all participation is voluntary.
Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP here.
Thursday, June 20, 2019
11:30am – 1:30 pm
Dorothy Somerset Studios, 6361 University Boulevard V6T 1Z2
By Breeonne Baxter on June 3, 2019
We are still accepting applications from interested faculty and staff for the Rehearsing Conflict workshop series: June 13-20, 2019. The new deadline is Friday, June 7.
This is a free professional development opportunity for those who want to explore and practice new strategies for difficult conversations, strengthen emotional intelligence, and increase resilience when conflict occurs in the workplace.
Apply now at http://bit.ly/RehearsingConflict2019.
By Breeonne Baxter on May 21, 2019
The Rehearsing Conflict workshop series, June 13-20, 2019, is a free professional development opportunity for faculty and staff who want to explore and practice new strategies for difficult conversations, strengthen emotional intelligence, and increase resilience when conflict occurs in the workplace.
Using the situation and tools of theatre, participants will play out real stories of conflict from our community and apply new strategies to change outcomes. All UBC employees are welcome to apply.
Apply before May 29 at http://bit.ly/RehearsingConflict2019
By Breeonne Baxter on June 8, 2018
All UBC staff and faculty are invited to watch Rehearsing Conflict’s free workshop performance on Thursday, June 21 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Dorothy Somerset Studio 6361 University Blvd), brought to you by Conflict Theatre@UBC. Please RSVP online.
Rehearsing Conflict is theatre with a mission: supporting constructive conflict engagement on UBC campus. To do this, we use forum theatre techniques to explore and perform real stories of conflict from our community to find new solutions, challenge assumptions, and build understanding. In this theatre performance put on by participants in the Summer Intensive workshop, audience members are welcome to watch and can volunteer to join us on stage and take part in the conversation. Everyone is welcome.