Show: Current Past
What are the different cultural spaces we inhabit, and how do we navigate between them? What are the masks we wear, and are they the sum total of who we are? What does it mean to search for an “authentic” self, given that our identities are complex and constantly shifting?
Join us for a special conversation with Code Switch - a team of NPR journalists at the forefront of the dialogue on race, ethnicity and culture - to unpack questions of identity and authenticity in Cherokee, and discuss how these issues play out in our own lives and communities.
**This event follows the 3pm performance of Cherokee**
What happens when we stop trying to relax away tension and instead tune IN to our own embodied selves. Join The Spa Room for an exploration of the five senses through meditation, mindfulness, and movement led by body-mind psychotherapist Mary Szegda and Somatic Ecologist Rob Bettmann. After the workshop, join us for a complimentary glass of wine and our 8:00pm showing of Cherokee, by Lisa D’Amour.
Note: Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat (if possible) and RSVP to reserve your seat!