Within the workshops, people of all social classes, creeds, and dispositions interact as equals.
Artists are there; educators, students, actors and non-actors, homeless people, businesspeople, ex-convicts, homemakers, children, adolescents, elderly people, police officers, fishermen, and everyone who, through physical and vocal exercises, participates in elaborating strategies for the construction of actions, dialogs and reflections about solidarity and the individual's role in society collectively seeking mechanisms to achieve social justice.
Sometimes the workshops are given to a specific group, such as the students of a school or members of a given organization. Whenever possible, opportunities are created for workshop participants to join in workshops or performances with participants from other workshops.
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