Underground Railroad Game Community Conversation

April 27, 2018

    FRIday, APRIL 27  //  WOOLLY MAMMOTH Theatre

    Free Post-Show Discussion


    Following the performance of Underground Railroad Game, join us for a facilitated post-show conversation between audience members about the vital questions raised by the play, and their personal and societal implications.

    About the Facilitator: Brittney Washington

    BRITTNEY WASHINGTON  is a DC-based art therapist and cultural organizer by day, and a facilitator helping groups to understand and dismantle systemic injustice...also by day. Brittney's work is informed by years of experience in non-profit arts program management, the study and application of community organizing principles, and a commitment to racial equity and anti-oppression work. Her approach includes prioritizing individual and community healing, creating opportunities for transformative relationship building and accountability, elevating anti-oppression discourse and strategy, and seeking to understand the capacity of art to shape meaning and shift power. Brittney currently works as the Senior Art Therapist for Miriam's Kitchen where she has co-created Studio 4 Change, a program designed to help adults experiencing chronic homelessness build power, take collective action, and use visual arts campaigns to influence housing and social policies. When not working, Brittney enjoys camping, swing dancing with her nine year-old daughter, and talking to her cat, Selena.