Afghanistan - Youth Mobilization for Peace and Justice
In 2018, with support from the United States Institute of Peace, Bond Street Theatre is launching the next phase of its highly successful Youth Mobilization for Peace and Justice Project, which informs communities across Afghanistan about their legal rights and the means for accessing justice. The BST-trained youth leadership groups in five provinces will foster public awareness about rule of law and processes for countering corruption and bribery through entertaining and informative public performances, radio plays, and workshops designed to reach all segments of the community. Read More
Malaysia - Refugee and Migrant Rights
Bond Street Theatre is launching the second year of its programming in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, working with refugee and migrant populations to use theatre as an information-sharing and advocacy tool. Collaborating with Asylum Access Malaysia, Masakini Theatre, and the Rohingya Women's Development Network, BST and partners work to translate critical information regarding healthcare, education and legal rights into illustrative, mobile plays that can be performed by and for refugees. Read More
NYC Workshop Program
In spring 2018, Bond Street Theatre launched a free social theatre workshop program in collaboration with Downtown Art for teens living in the NYC area. The program runs from April - June 2018 in downtown Manhattan.
Myanmar - Volpone
Bond Street Theatre returned to Myanmar in January 2017 to tour our adaptation of the play Volpone with our longtime partner Thukhuma Khayeethe. The play was presented in public spaces, fostering dialogue and civic participation. Read More