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En-acting change? Ft. Adrian Jackson, CEO of Cardboard Citizens theatre company

From the fantastical and improbable, to the introspective and analytical - theatre is often considered a diversion from reality, but can it also serve as a tool through which the disadvantaged might come up with solutions to their ills? Could it empower and encourage them or even let them enter into dialogue with their oppressors? Oksana is joined by Adrian Jackson, the CEO of Cardboard Citizens theatre company, to unpack these issues. 



Oksana Boyko @OksanaBoyko_RT
Worlds Apart @WorldsApart_RT