In Your Shoes

In Your Shoes is a collaborative project of the Laboratory for Global Performance, Georgetown University’s Democracy & Governance program, Patrick Henry College, and undergraduate students from Patrick Henry College and Georgetown University. Its mission is to bring students of diverse backgrounds into dialogue with one another to promote mutual understanding, empathy and respect. Moving beyond the political divide,MORE

In Your Shoes is a collaborative project of the Laboratory for Global Performance, Georgetown University’s Democracy & Governance program, Patrick Henry College, and undergraduate students from Patrick Henry College and Georgetown University. Its mission is to bring students of diverse backgrounds into dialogue with one another to promote mutual understanding, empathy and respect. Moving beyond the political divide,MORE

Lab PerForum

Join us for the Lab PerForum: a series of public discussions inspired by the World Stages’ production of The Last Supper by Ahmed el Attar.

Journey behind the scenes of the Arab Spring and Egyptian Revolution guided by the artist/activists who were at its heart.

Art of the Revolution in Egypt 

Friday,MORE

Join us for the Lab PerForum: a series of public discussions inspired by the World Stages’ production of The Last Supper by Ahmed el Attar.

Journey behind the scenes of the Arab Spring and Egyptian Revolution guided by the artist/activists who were at its heart.

Art of the Revolution in Egypt 

Friday,MORE

The Lab TrailBlazers

The Lab TrailBlazers are creative, politically-engaged Georgetown students and alumni that contribute to The Lab’s programs through artistic and intellectual work, skill-sharing, and volunteerism. Through their pacesetting efforts, the Lab TrailBlazers find new approaches to today’s challenges by connecting their diverse interests and areas of study to the intersection of performance and politics.MORE

The Lab TrailBlazers are creative, politically-engaged Georgetown students and alumni that contribute to The Lab’s programs through artistic and intellectual work, skill-sharing, and volunteerism. Through their pacesetting efforts, the Lab TrailBlazers find new approaches to today’s challenges by connecting their diverse interests and areas of study to the intersection of performance and politics.MORE

The 272

The Lab has commissioned acclaimed African-American playwright Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm to write The 272, a play that explores the legacy of Georgetown University’s history around the sale of 272 slaves in 1838 in order to keep the college in operation.

The play centers on Jordan, a young, gifted freshman entering GU from Maringouin,MORE

The Lab has commissioned acclaimed African-American playwright Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm to write The 272, a play that explores the legacy of Georgetown University’s history around the sale of 272 slaves in 1838 in order to keep the college in operation.

The play centers on Jordan, a young, gifted freshman entering GU from Maringouin,MORE

My Report to the World: The Story of Jan Karski

Starring Oscar-nominated actor David Strathairn (Good Night and Good Luck; Lincoln), My Report to the World recounts the astonishing and largely unknown story of Polish World War II hero and Holocaust witness Jan Karski.

The play travels from Karski’s childhood in the Polish countryside to the Warsaw Ghetto and Nazi camps;MORE

Starring Oscar-nominated actor David Strathairn (Good Night and Good Luck; Lincoln), My Report to the World recounts the astonishing and largely unknown story of Polish World War II hero and Holocaust witness Jan Karski.

The play travels from Karski’s childhood in the Polish countryside to the Warsaw Ghetto and Nazi camps;MORE