Behind the scenes of 'How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes'
May 15, 2013
“How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes (with 199 people you may or may not know)” lets the audience choose its own adventure. With $1,000 in cash sitting onstage, viewers vote at the end of the show to decide how the money from ticket sales should be spent. Created by director and Northwestern professor Michael Rohd, the production is part of the Theatre and Interpretation Center’s 32nd season, which features a number of shows focusing on poverty. “I think that public spaces and public opportunities for safe, imaginative, productive dialog around issues of public and social concern are extremely... Read more »