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The Gathering 2022 project image collage for May 4-7, 2022

The Gathering 2022

(In Person & Online) 

In May 2019, The Lab inaugurated our signature event The Gathering as part of our city-wide, international CrossCurrents Festival. Over 400 visionary artists from over 40 countries came together to share performances and ideas addressing critical global issues. MORE

David Strathairn on stage white background with a chair and table

Karski Film

A fortuitous meeting with documentary filmmaker Eva Anisko laid the groundwork for one of the most exciting developments of the Karski project: a film version! Read More Karski Film

David Strathairn on stage on a table

Karski Curriculum

The play’s success launched in fall 2020 an accompanying educational platform piloted at Georgetown University—a dynamic experiential course and an accompanying website with the production as a centerpiece. Read More Karski Curriculum

Photo of MY REPORT TO THE WORLD 3 performance

Production History

 
 

Production History

April 2014: My Report to the World, the first iteration of what is now Remember This,MORE

David Strathairn on stage for Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski

Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski

Masterful…this story is more timely than ever.”
-Chicago Sun Times

“This incredible story of bravery and moral responsibility feels especially poignant and timely today.”
-Chicago Reader

“Strathairn delivers an incredible performance to resonate at every emotional,MORE

Film and Audio Projects

Uncovered Histories is an experimental audio piece in which three college students of color discuss the stories, emotions, and desires associated with their experiences learning the history of different communities they belong to. Thank you to Varsha, Jon, and Karen for sharing their experiences! Read More Film and Audio Projects

Poetry Hub

                           

CONTENT COMING SOON

If you have poetry to share, please contact globallab@georgetown.edu with the subject line “Verge Poetry Hub.”MORE