Move over Kindle, there’s a new way to make information easily accessible. Well, actually it’s an old way. A very old way. In fact it’s pretty much the one of the earliest ways we began communicating aside from gestures. I’m speaking of course, about human interactions.
The Living Library Project is making it’s second appearance at Hart House. This cool initiative turns people into “open books.” For half an hour you’ll get to have a conversation with someone who’s experiences could mirror or be intensely different from your own. And everything in between.
For more information visit: http://harthouse.ca/events/living-library/
We here at Passe Muraille think this is a great idea. I personally consider it to be very theatrical, because at the end of the day theatre is about storytelling.