Mental Health Monday VMHM - Raising Our Voices
This October Raising Our Voices: Stories of Cancer Told through Movement, Music & Voice (ROV) will return! The project with Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater (SPDT) and 25 members of Birmingham community ended abruptly on March 14, 2020 due to the pandemic. We will hear from Suzanne Costello, co-artistic director of SPDT and ROV cast members about the experience of creating the project and how what it is like to reunite after almost two years. We will also talk about the healing power of a creative community and the process of sharing one’s cancer story through performance.
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