what makes someone happy?
what makes someone living on the street happy?
what makes an executive of a company happy?
what makes an ambulance workier happy?
what makes a policeman happy?
what makes an audience member happy?
Can people with different priorities be made happy by the same thing?
Are there as many different causes of happiness as there are people? or are we all able to feel happy on a basic human level?
what is the quickest, most accessible way to make someone happy?
can a moment of joy in live performance unite people for a short time?
can this have lasting effect?
What are the ethical implications of performing a homeless person's story?
How do I represent the story of a homeless person without exacerbating the trauma of that person?
what does it mean to feel guilty when you see someone sleeping rough?
what does it mean to ignore someone asking for change?
what assumptions do you make about someone on the street?
what does it mea to arrest someone for sleeping rough?
who benefits from rough sleepers being put in jail?
doesn't jailing the homeless make the Police's job harder?
Doesn't it just exacerbate the suffering of people at the bottom?
2/24/2014 08:01:05 am
There's a performance at Vault festival; "Passion", By Tiny Carnage. It uses intimate, personal stories/hard-hitting or important topics and illustrates them with physical theatre, dance or moments of euphoria!
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