Dear Audience Member,
Thank you for sharing the playmaking space with us for this performance of Jump. As co-therapists for this production, our goal is to hold a safe-enough space for you to actively witness this important story and process your responses within a community of care.
Following this performance, we invite you to the Paul Green Gallery where either one or both of us will be facilitating a brief 20 minute group processing session.
This time and space will offer opportunities for grounding, expression of personal feelings and responses related to the piece through words and/or movement, and an intentional closure experience.
Thank you again for your presence and the generous gift of bearing witness.
“Theatre is a demonstration of the terms of our well being and is therefore valuable for the purpose of exposing wounds which have remained unhealed.”
–Roger Grainger, The Open Space: Theatre as Opportunity for Living
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