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“Ole! Ole!”— the Portuguese shout of approval, triumph, and encouragement— ricocheted back and forth across the auditorium on the afternoon of September 28. For one hour the Grooversity troupe brought the rhythm, energy, and joy of Brazil to a room...
Emotions washed over the audience gathered to screen Ava Duvernay’s 13th, a documentary involving noted scholars, activists, and politicians analyzing the criminalization of African-Americans and the resultant prison boom. The Racial Justice Committee of the Winchester Unitarian Society led the...
On April 6, 2017, the Winchester Disability Access Commission, The Winchester Multicultural Network and Brio Integrated Theatre all came together to commemorate autism awareness month with the annual Light It Up Blue event. This is Winchester’s fifth year to organize...
More than 60 people braved a winter snowstorm on Sunday, February 12, 2017, at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, to enjoy actress and historian Tammy Denease’s portrayal of Belinda, an African woman from the Asanti Kingdom near the Volta River...
The observation of the national Light It Up Blue Autism Awareness movement was first proposed to Brio Integrated Theatre, the Disability Access Commission, and the Winchester Multicultural Network four years ago by Jennifer Flaherty, Special Education Teacher at Lynch Elementary...