PROJECT EMPATHY IN THE NEWS

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Unique Storytelling and Friendships Emerge from Project Empathy at Green Acre

By Lindsey Lugsch-Tehle | Bahá'ís of the United States | December 16, 2021

What would it mean to experience the “Theater of the Noble”? Green Acre, a Baha’i center of learning in Eliot, Maine—is exploring this notion in collaboration with the Seacoast Repertory Theater and Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens, both of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, through an approach piloted by “Project Empathy.”

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Project Empathy | Green Acre

By Lindsey Lugsch-Tehle | Green Acre | July 23, 2021

If you glance around the room during a gathering of the cast for the forthcoming Project Empathy performance you may be inclined to focus on their diversity—their age range, their ethnic differences, their political/social views. What you might not realize is that these eight individuals are unified in genuine empathy building—striving to embody each other’s experiences through a process of active listening and first-person storytelling...

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Project Empathy: A Study in Human Connection

By Meghan Shaffer | The Spire | April 27, 2018

Sometimes, you encounter something that reminds you just how human the people you encounter everyday are and of the beauty and rawness of that humanity. That is exactly the message put forth in “Project Empathy,” which was performed by six Holy Cross students for the first time this past Sunday...