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We would like to extend an invitation for you to join the students of Dartmouth College’s MALS 364/ ENGL 53.4 /WGSS 66.5 "Telling Stories for Social Change” along with the male inmates of Sullivan County House of Corrections, for a collaborative and original end of term performance. This Experiential Learning course, co-taught by Pati Hernandez and Ivy Schweitzer, offers students the unique opportunity to study our increasingly elusive, ever-growing incarceration system from two distinct perspectives, theoretical and practical. Students have focused on the issues prisoners face both inside and outside prison; incarceration, rehabilitation, and transition, while simultaneously exploring facilitation with critical analysis and self-reflection on the effectiveness of Experiential Learning and performance in rehabilitation. We would like you to join us in the culmination of this course – the creation and performance of an original production that focuses on the voices of inmates.
The performances are scheduled for THURSDAY, MAY 18TH and FRIDAY, MAY 19TH at the Sullivan County House of Corrections, Ahern Building.
The time for both performances is 7:00 pm.
Sullivan County House of Corrections
103 County Farm Road
Claremont, NH 03743-7302
Tel: (603) 542-8717
IMPORTANT: If you would like to attend please SIGN UP before May 14th
If you plan to attend the performance at the Sullivan County House of Corrections:
- Please arrive at the facility at 6:30 pm so you have time to check in and find a seat
- Bring only a photo ID and car keys, leave everything else in your car i.e. cell phone, purse, etc.
- Please abstain from chewing gum and wearing revealing clothing.
Dartmouth College to Sullivan County House of Corrections: Follow Above- Continue to follow Broad St. Slight left at Chestnut St. Continue onto Chestnut St Exn. Continue onto 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike. Continue onto County Farm Rd. Arrive at Sullivan County Jail House.