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January 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

, Intimacy, Sexuality, and Consent On Stage: A Panel Discussion on Creating Safe Spaces on Stage and In the Rehearsal Room

The evening will include a 45-minute panel discussion with local arts professionals, and time for questions and answers.

Panelists:

Sarah Lynne Holt, Director and Founder of The Maenads

Marsha Holland, BFA Art Education, MS Rehabilitation Counseling

Cecily Ann King, Dance Instructor, Resident Choreographer for R-S Theatrics and Ignite Youth Theatre

Erik Kuhn, Associate Instructor with Dueling Arts International, freelance stage combat instructor and choreographer

Tress Kurzym, Artistic Director of StagePlay Learning, Theatre Education Coordinator at Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville

The discussion will be moderated by Ed Reggi, member of Actors’ Equity Association and faculty with Center of Creative Arts and Theater and Dance Department at Souther Illinois University – Edwardsville, and proud owner of free local resource stlauditions.com.

The discussion will include frank discussion of intimacy and may include discussion of sexual activities.

Details

Date:
January 15, 2019
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Website:
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Venue

The Monocle
4510 Manchester
St. Louis, Mo 63110
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Organizer

The Q Collecive
Phone:
6368661367
Email:
the.q.collective.stl@gmail.com
Organizer Website:
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