We would like to extend an invitation for you to join the students of Dartmouth College’s WGSS 66.5 "Telling Stories for Social Change” along with the residents of Valley Vista Rehab Center, for a collaborative and original end of term performance.
This Experiential Learning course, taught by Pati Hernandez, offers students the unique opportunity to study our increasingly elusive war on drugs from two distinct perspectives, theoretical and practical. Students have focused on the issues patients face both inside and outside rehab; addiction, recovery, and stigma, while simultaneously exploring facilitation with critical analysis and self-reflection on the effectiveness of Experiential Learning and performance in rehabilitation.
We would like you to join us in the culmination of this course – the creation and performance of an original production that focuses on the voices of residents. A message from the residents at Valley Vista:
Imagine having to navigate through life where your greatest fears and your worse mistakes define you- are your first impressions and the only stories people tell of you- for you.We don’t have a solution but we want to offer up a new idea and challenge society to hear our voices not only to listen but to truly hear us as we present together through a united platform- Telling My Story
The performances are scheduled for THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST and FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND at VALLEY VISTA REHAB CENTER.
The time for both performances is 7:00 pm. Ride-sharing will be provided if needed; just let us know when you fill up the form. We would also appreciate volunteers that can offer ride to others.
Valley Vista 23 Upper Plain Bradford, VT 05033 Phone: (802) 222-5201
*You privacy and personal information is very important to us and will be handled with care. To connect and facilitate our ride shares program we give both the person looking for a ride and the person providing transport one other's email and phone number*