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"Speak The Truth Even If Your Voice Shakes" - A Tim Miller Workshop Public Performance
Event Type:Performance
Location:Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart hall
Friday, April 20, 2012
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Events,Featured Events
Sharon Ullman
Department:Gender & Sexuality Studies

Speak the Truth Even if Your Voice Shakes

abandoned shed with graffiti saying, "Speak the truth even if your voice shakes."

Original solo performance pieces presented by participants in Tim Miller's weeklong performance workshop at Bryn Mawr College.

Written, embodied, concocted and performed by Sam Fox , Marissa Gibson-Garcia, Jacqueline Handy, Nicole Huber, Qi'er Luo, Shauna MacDonald, Elizabeth Marafino, Emily Mayer, Kaitlin Mitchell, Sara Neidorf, Nga Nguyen, Kate O'Brien, Katherine Portelli, Madeline Reynolds, Heidi Rose, Yinan Shentu, Julia Vasko, Lori Vetrano, and Marissa Weber, and Adam West.

"This week-long performance workshop I am leading here at BMC is a charged exploration into creating original performance work from our lives, dreams, obsessions, social visions, memories and desires. It is a great pleasure and inspiration to create our community for a short time and jump into this original ensemble work exploring this time we are in," says Miller.

"The search for the narratives of the body is a crucial beginning to knowing ourselves and can be a juicy motor for creating original performance material. I want to thank the artists for diving in so bravely and being ready to dig that extra foot (or mile!) into these gnarly, moist and tricky terrains!"

Miller gave his own performance/talk at Bryn Mawr the evening before this performance, on Thursday, April 19.

About Tim Miller

Tim Miller is an internationally acclaimed solo performer. Hailed for their humor and passion, Miller's solo theater works have been presented all over North America, Australia, and Europe at such prestigious venues as Yale Repertory Theatre, the Institute of Contemporary Art (London), the Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. He is the author of the books Shirts & Skin, Body Blows, and 1001 Beds, which won the 2007 literary prize for best Drama-Theater book from Lambda Literary Foundation. Miller has taught performance in the theater departments at UCLA and at Cal State L.A. He is a founder of two of the most influential performance spaces in the United States: Performance Space 122 on Manhattan's Lower East Side and Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, Calif.

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