What is YOUR ONE ACT to help us move beyond violence?

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We are all capable of just “One Act” to help our region move beyond violence. Recently we asked attendees of our event ONE ACT if we could share with the community, the ONE ACT they do. We received several photos and suggestions of great ideas and hope that you will share them with your family and friends. Whether it be something public or private, in a group or alone, intentional or not, we can all do ONE ACT to let survivors know we care and...

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Charlotte Armstrong – ONE ACT

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We needed a champion and we found one! Charlotte Armstrong is joining us on stage at ONE ACT as one of the cast members of Rage Against Violence. Charlotte is a community champion focused on coordinating events that create safe and inclusive spaces for people. These events help people connect and feel a sense of belonging while also learning new things and having fun.  Since moving to the Waterloo Region in 2010, Charlotte has coordinated many...

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ONE ACT – Gary Kirkham

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Three years ago, when Dwight Storring introduced us to Gary, we knew this would be a very special relationship.  They created a video for a project  called “What about the Children?”.  The following year they created “She Deserves It” and “Three Days in Haven House”; each time the projects became more ambitious. “Rage Against Violence” raises that bar as Gary once again teamed up with Dwight to create this expression of violence...

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ONE ACT – Chef D

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Long time friend of Women’s Crisis Services, Chef D is joining us on stage as part of the cast of Rage Against Violence. For years he has offered his support in any way and he didn’t hesitate to agree to this role, even before completely understanding what the role included. He just wanted to help. Chef D has launched his fourth season of his top rated cooking show, ‘At Home with ChefD’ on Rogers TV. He is the author of two cook...

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ONE ACT – Tric Fletcher

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The cast of “Rage Against Violence” will lead the audience through experiencing domestic violence using the voices of those closest to it, right here in our community. First hand stories and emotions are used to bring the real life experience to light. Helping to tell the story is Tric Fletcher, a familiar face and voice in our Region. We are honoured that she wholeheartedly supports this project and that she will be taking this...

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