Links Hall presents the Tea Project, an ongoing dialogue that traverses a variety of landscapes. From the tea sipped at a family gathering, to a cage in Guantanamo Bay, to a motor pool in Iraq, tea is not only a favored drink but a shared moment that transcends cultural divides and systems of oppression.

Through the Tea Project, Aaron Hughes and Amber Ginsburg present three weekends of programing that offer you a role in telling the story of our current involvement in war, detention, and torture. From intimately staged Tea Performances, to a cabaret of guest speakers and performers at Tea Engagements, to guest performances by Rohina Malik and Jeremiah Day, the Tea Project offers a collection of narratives that exemplify moments of absurdity and tenderness.