Lynn Hoare

Performing Justice Project (Center for Women's and Gender Studies at UT Austin)
Lynn Hoare specializes in Applied Theatre, Theatre-In-Education, theatre for social change, interactive theatre and devising new work. She is the Theatre for Dialogue Specialist for the University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Performing Justice Project which uses devised performance techniques to explore and enact gender and racial justice.

Presentations from Facing Race 2016

The Performing Justice Project: Facing Race with Youth and Communities

The Performing Justice Project offers a participatory model for devising critically engaged performance work with young people. In this interactive session, participants will experience how the Performing Justice Project uses theatre, storytelling, creative writing, movement, and technology as tools for enacting and performing gender and racial justice. This session offers a brief introduction to the Performing Justice Project, including previous performance work created with schools, foster care facilities, and juvenile justice centers. Following a process in which participants work together to create and share their own short performance collages, the group will discuss critical questions and challenges that arise when exploring gender and racial justice with youth and communities.

Speakers: Megan Alrutz, Lynn Hoare, Briana Barner, Courtney McEniry