I'm pleased to announce that I WAS NEVER ALONE, my new documentary play based on ethnographic research with adults with disabilities in Russia, will be on stage for the first time this October at UC San Diego! A two week workshop process with director Joseph Megel (StreetSigns, UNC Chapel Hill) and international collaborator Vladimir Rudak … Continue reading I WAS NEVER ALONE on stage!
I WAS NEVER ALONE is a documentary play script and performance ethnography project that I am developing in collaboration with Joseph Megel (UNC Performance Studies artist-in-residence and director of FREIGHT) and collaborators in Russia. The script focuses on the personal narratives of seven adults with disabilities living in contemporary Russia, presented in a 90 minute … Continue reading I WAS NEVER ALONE ethnographic play in development
This week takes me back to North Carolina to work on logistics leading up to a planned workshop and staged reading that will take place at UNC-Chapel Hill Performance Studies during the first week of February 2016. The workshop will be the second process presentation for I WAS NEVER ALONE, a documentary play script and … Continue reading I WAS NEVER ALONE workshop and staged reading
As I settle into a new role as a postdoctoral fellow at the UCSD Studio for Ethnographic Design, I'm reflecting on all that happened during the summer of 2015 - what a packed few months it's been! A few highlights: The June 2015 conference of the Society for Disability Studies brought some great moments for … Continue reading Some Recent Links
I find out what a nerd I really am when I realize how excited I am for the Society for Disability Studies conference. The conference will take place this week, June 11-14th, in Minneapolis. This will only be my third time attending, but I truly love this community. I look forward all year to finding … Continue reading Society for Disability Studies takes Minneapolis!