TALKBACKS and RELATED EVENTS
RE:GENDER and LEGAL MOMENTUM:
TWO TALKBACKS ON RAPE AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
Thursday, January 29, and Tuesday, February 3
Our fiscal sponsor Re:Gender, along with Legal Momentum, will host two talkbacks during our run. After the performances on Thursday, January 29, and Tuesday, February 3, Re:Gender and Legal Momentum will lead a public discussion immediately in the theater immediately after the end of the performance. These two leading advocacy organizations will address rape and violence against women, using the play as a springboard for the discussion.
For more information on Re:Gender (formerly National Council for Research on Women, click LINK.
For more information on Legal Momentum (formerly National Organization for Women), click LINK.
DR. VICTORIA SANFORD:
TALKBACK ON IMMIGRATION
Saturday, January 31
Dr. Victoria Sanford, a member of the doctoral faculty at City University of New York, Director, Center for Human Rights & Peace Studies, will lead a panel discussion on immigration on January 31, 2015, after the performance at HERE.
In addition, Dr. Sanford will host a public discussion on immigration at Lehman College on March 5, 2014.
COMPOSER ASHLÉE MILLER (Sunday, February 1) and VISUAL ARTIST FRANKLIN EVANS (Sunday, January 25):
TWO TALKBACKS ON COLLABORATION
*Kentucky Cantata* will reach the theater, music, and visual arts communities, especially those interested in experimental work, as well as the audience for interdisciplinary work, which includes the audience for art performance. We believe that the development process for Kentucky Cantata can serve as a model for other creative collaboration. Composer and clarinetist Ashlée Miller and visual artist Franklin Evans will hold talkbacks during the run on the collaborative process.
Franklin Evans: Visual Art and the Stage, after the performance on January 25, 2015
Ashleé Miller: Musical Collaboration, after the performance on February 1, 2015
ALL TALKBACKS OCCUR AFTER THE SHOWS.