The Woman Who Was Me - a play for one woman Written by Peter Grandbois Directed by Jeremy Williams Liz Stanton - Actor/visionary
United Solo Theatre Festival - 2014 and 2015 TheatreLab 2016 and 2018 Boulder, CO 2016
Babel co-created by WT McRay and Jeremy Williams
Liz Stanton - Company member
All photos by Lloyd Mulvey
Secret City Cabaret, 2017 Curated by Jeremy Williams Paper Factory Hotel, NYC
Ms Julie, 2012. One Arm Red.
Save Yourself For You, 2010 EstroGenius Festival
Power to Pleasing: The Sex Lives of Teenage Girls
Power to Pleasing gives voice to untold stories and inspires awareness and understanding of the lives and needs of teens. It encourages thought and discussion on what is often left as a silent subject. Adults who see this show report on the impact and necessity of the show: “Edgy, brave, speaking what needs to be spoken.” “A must see for parents of teenage girls.” “A true example of how performance art can be truly meaningful to society.” Many of the teens who see this show tell us that they are so pleased to hear their experiences told and to have an honest conversation about it with adults in the community. This conversation begins inside of a talk back that we hold immediately after every show. These talk backs are invariably lively and full of relevant discussion. They stimulate conversation among a multi-generational community and provide a venue for the exchange of thoughts, feelings, stories, and experiences. One audience member commented on the show as:“a great opportunity to be more than entertained. To learn...what young people face these days...this story is told in a clear and thought provoking way. The talk back was just as great; hearing how young people are responding to this story.” Within these talk backs, often there is sharing of resources and support generated by the group itself: “Thanks for challenging my mind, heart and soul with your show. The discussions afterwards were amazing as well, and some of the things people shared with me when I spoke of my daughter… really comforted me in a time when I was feeling rather confused.” We feel strongly that such feedback confirms that this show has a strong impact on and benefit to the community. For more information on this show and others produced by Giving Voice Productions please visit our website: www.givingvoiceproductions.org/ (Photo by Pamela Traynor)
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