NEW DATE: Friday, April 17th 3-6pm
Come to a performance & workshop facilitated by True Story Theatre, which performs and teaches a magical and inspiring form of improvisational storytelling. Audience volunteers tell important moments from their lives, which actors then bring instantly to life in word, movement and song.
This event is part of a collaborative series between Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services and Harvard University to create intergenerational programming for the LGBTQ community .
Theme: “Stories of Overcoming Obstacles.” How in our journeys have we managed to move through barriers to expressing our true self? What support has made a difference? We invite true stories of discovering how to claim and celebrate LGBTQ identities or other key moments in that journey…
Date: Friday, April 17th
Time: 3:00—5:30 p.m.
3pm – Food
3:20 – Performance
4:20 – Workshop
5:20 – Reception: More food & socializing
Location: Holden Chapel (map) in Harvard Yard at Harvard University.
Parking & Transportation: Parking is available on-campus or in nearby parking garages. Please call SCES for more information. Some transportation support may be available, contact SCES to arrange.
Details: Please RSVP to help us plan. Come for both the performance and workshop or attend just one part. Sandwiches and light refreshments will be served.
RSVP: Please RSVP to the Eventbrite link or call 617 628 2601 x3151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is hosted by Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services, in collaboration with the Harvard College BGLTQ & Allied Students in the Sciences (HBASIS) group. This collaboration is named in honor of Kate Thomas, an Elder Care Advisor at SCES and Chair of the SCES LGBT Committee. Before her untimely passing, Kate worked with Harvard to create the series and the True Story Workshops are the kick off events.