Warriors For Peace PSA: Sir Thomas More Monologue about tolerance.
Warriors For Peace theatre raises awareness about tolerance by assembling 28 veterans and civilians to recite the monologue written by Shakespeare for The Book Of Sir Thomas More". Known as the 400 year banned monologue, Shakespeare's plea for empathy was a critique of how people at the time were treating minorities and immigrants. This resulted in the Queen's censor banning the play. The piece is timeless. Warriors For Peace has a simple message: America is great BECAUSE of its diversity! Produced by Christopher Loverro and Warriors For Peace theatre. www.WFPtheatre.com
California Arts Council
Christopher Loverro: CA Joint Committee on Arts - Veterans and the Arts 5.22.18
On May 22, 2018, at the state Capitol in Sacramento, the Legislative Joint Committee on the Arts held a hearing to examine the role of creative programming and arts therapy in benefiting veterans and military members suffering physical or psychological trauma. Christopher Loverro, U.S. Army, Retired; Founder, Warriors for Peace Theatre; Participant, The Veterans Project, Diavolo Dance.
Warriors For Peace Theatre takes a stand against Islamophobia with the Muslim Outreach Project.
In order to take a stand against Islamophobia and hate, Warriors For Peace theatre partnered with DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion® to support the Muslim community by offering a free workshop. Held at the IMAN center in LA, veterans and community members of the Muslim faith spent a day learning Shakespeare and dance. Building bridges through art. Produced by Christopher Loverro and Warriors For Peace theatre. www.WFPtheatre.com.
Veteran Suicide Prevention PSA (Christopher Loverro)
This clip is part of a larger project we are doing with other veterans to help prevent suicides within the veterans community. It's being made possible because of Tom Bieri of the Community Support Network and Kevin Graves - Gold Star Father and founder of the Some Gave All Joey Graves Foundation.