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Ryan Conarro with Ping Chong Theater & Company, Open-forum Feedback March 23rd, 6:30pm

Come join Ryan Conarro and Ping Chong Theater Company as they explore and “test drive” some community engagement approaches for their new performance work, “Where the Sea Breaks Its Back” (working title). Led by company member Ryan Conarro, the ensemble will invite you to consider, and to try out, some possible approaches to engagement, beyond the typical post-show Q&A model. “Where the Sea Breaks Its Back” weaves community interviews into its very content, and the ensemble is eager to explore ways that the events around their performances can extend the impact of the work. This workshop is supported through a TCG Audience (R)Evolution Travel Grant.

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