Inmates at San Quentin, like most prisoners in America, often feel forgotten and that their lives are on hold. But the inmates who participate in the Prison Bridges Project, through drama and a personal investment in self-expression and vulnerability, learn to reconnect with their humanity. They teach audiences inside and outside of jail how to pay attention to themselves and to be free from anger and thoughts of revenge.


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  • Learn more about the Prison Bridges Project, which uses theatre as a bridge to the inner world of the psyche as well as the outer world of the community.
  • Read about how innovative prison programs like theatre, yoga and puppies reduce recidivism and help prisoners change their outlooks on behavior and life.
  •  In what areas of your life, through choice or inattention, are you in prison? What will it take to open those bars and set yourself free?

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