Break the Silence-Watch the Cracked Mirrors Theater tour in Denmark..

Break the Silence-Watch the Cracked Mirrors Theater tour in Denmark

*Advocacies

by 

I just found out about Stairway Foundation in the Philippines,  their project for marginalized children in the Philippines and their campaign against sex trafficking is remarkable. Visit their website and learn about their project and learn how the sexually abused children’s pain and sufferings through their trilogy cartoon film which is available in DVD and though the theater which  right now in Denmark and at the same time promoting the third part of the trilogy the Red Leaves Falling.break-the-silence-english7-300x277

Child sexual abuse and exploitation is determined by and is a result of demand for sex with children and access to pornographic images of children on the Internet. A significant portion of the demand lies within the Western world. After a successful premiere held last June 2 in Manila, Red Leaves Falling, Stairway’s third animated film about child pornography and child sex trafficking, will make its European debut alongside ”Cracked Mirrors,” a long-running theatre piece that portrays the deep pain and suffering children and young people go through as a result of sexual abuse and sexual exploitataition.

In collaboration with Roedkilde Gymnasium, Stairway Danmark, Kildenothilfe and private sponsors, the Break the Silence Campaign will feature in Denmark, Germany and Belgium. Danish International Development Assistance (Danida) is the main sponsor of the tour.

Cracked Mirror is a monolugue of sexually abused children. It portrays the pain and sufferings of the victims and the effects in their very young lives.

Cracked mirror is a project of Stairway Foundation which is based in the Philippines and was founded by Lars Jorgensen and American Monica Ray. The play is directed by Monica Ray.

Here are the place where you can watched them:

* 12 Sept. Gymnastics School llerup.
Svendborgvej 3, Ollerup, kl. 19:00. Tickets at the entrance. Entrance is free, but the audience will be invited to donate a sum to Stairway.

* 14 Sept. Entre Scenen, Aarhus.
Grønnegade 93 pm. 20:00. Ticket price: £ 110/50/55 Tickets and more info on <a href=”http://www.entrescenen.dk”>www.entrescenen.dk</a>

* 16 Sept. Hørdum Culture Village, Thy
Tårnvej 45, Hørdum pm. 19.30. Tickets at the entrance.

* 17 Sept. Transformer, Aalborg Theater.
Jernbanegade 11 pm. 21:00. Ticket price: 50 kr Tickets and more info on <a href=”http://www.transformatorweb.dk”>www.transformatorweb.dk</a>

* 15 and 18 Sept. Rødkilde Gymnasium, Vejle.
Two public imagined tests in high school, Rødkildevej 42 pm. 19:00. Tickets á 25 kr at the entrance.

* 20 Sept. PH-café in Copenhagen
Specific arrangement of Stairways members and friends, but open to all.
Brunch-at conception. 11:00 – starting at the very idea. 12:00. Tickets at the entrance.
Price DKK 50 incl. brunch but without drinks.

* 22 Sept: “Basement” / Vesterbro Cultural Center, Copenhagen V.
Enghavevej 4 pm. 19.30. Tickets at the entrance or order on 70 222 950.

The tour also includes a series of ‘closed’ performances at the International College in Elsinore, Child &amp; Youth Network in Copenhagen, UUC / Pædagoguddannelsen Hartmannsvej in Hellerup, shipping company J. Lauritzen A / S in Copenhagen and VIA University College / Peter Sabroe Seminary in Aarhus.

Program for the show

* Introduction Project v. Lars Jorgensen, Stairway Foundation Inc.
* Red Leaves Falling. Stairways new animation appears for the first time in Denmark.
Short pause.
* Cracked Mirrors. Monologues about sexual abuse of children.

* Discussion with actors and promoters of Stairway.

 

********A Blog worth Reblogging… kahit na.. 2009 pa eto..thumbs up to filipinamom in denmark…=)

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s