with Zeina Salame
Join us to talk about how you can be the best ally and advocate for the arts that you can be! Over these two workshop sessions, we will have frank and often hilarious discussions about real life “audience horror stories” so often experienced by theatre makers. We will then work together to brainstorm “best practices” for audience members and consider how we can model respect for the working artist. We will also apply these ideas to conversations on Equity Diversity and Inclusion initiatives, discussing the many ways that audience members can be thoughtful and supportive ambassadors for the working artists at the theatres they love and support so much.
Suggested Accompanying Classes: Queer Drama Discussion Series, Dramaturgy for the Audience, (Mis)Representation
Zeina Salame recently completed her PhD in Theatre Arts at the University of Oregon. Her dissertation “Carried in One Woman: Reflections on Arab American Female Solo Performance” emphasizes the value of lived experience, personal story, the self, and social justice as...read more
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Refunds and Exchange Policy
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Exchanges can be made on a case-by-case basis.
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