The Grief Dialogues
Inspired by stories of dying, death and grief, The Grief Dialogues uses theatre to start the conversation. Conversation about what? About dying, death and grief! The Grief Dialogues presents some of the rhetoric and stigma that often surrounds death and instead asks us to listen to the voices of women and men as they explore the situations, relationships, emotions, aftermath, and logistics of death. Composed of a series of vignettes, The Grief Dialogues is a combination of humor, heartbreak, and the expected but always thought provoking and honest.
Grief Dialogues: The Play
Friday, September 8, 2017
Ethnic Cultural Center
University of Washington
3931 Brooklyn Ave NE,
Directed by: Wesley Fruge
A Dog Dreams Jeffrey Fischer-Smith*
Dead Giveaway Daniel Guyton*
Full Circle Ron Frankel
Hospice: A Love Story Elizabeth Coplan*
Life Lines Donna Hoke*
The Number Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich
Performed in conjunction with the Seattle Death Salon
Wesley Fruge (Seattle, WA) directs.
Carla Rose Fisher* (Seattle, WA) will also perform her song Go On.
Performed by: Greg Brisendine*
*Denotes Dramatist Guild Member
After the production, Peggie Dickens, MA, LMHC (Bainbridge Island & Seattle, WA) will moderate a lively discussion about death, something we all have in common.
Grief Dialogues is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose vision is to erase the stigma surrounding death and grief. For more information on the Seattle Death Salon visit: https://deathsalon.org/future-events/death-salon-seattle/
Contact: Elizabeth Coplan, Founder, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-930-9984
Ethnic Cultural Theatre (View)
3940 Brooklyn Ave NE
Seattle , WA 98105
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|