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Wednesday, July 8 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
The Dramaturgy of Storytelling: Creating Social Issue-Driven Performance Projects

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In this session, GRAMMY-nominated storyteller and produced playwright Milbre Burch discusses the use of solo shows interwoven with traditional and personal stories, spoken word recordings, character monologues, or ten-minute plays to address social issues.

"The Dramaturgy of Storytelling" breaks down the process of Burch's Tales from Beyond the Ban: Folktales from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen and her other work. Participants will go step-by-step in order to apply the involved dramaturgical process to their own work.

*This session accompanies a virtual performance of Tales from Beyond the Ban at the online 2020 Women’s Theatre Fringe Festival. Check the schedule for dates/time(s) of the live show, accompanied by post-performance talkback(s) with the performer and others.

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This TWO HOUR session will begin at 7:00 pm ET on Wednesday, July 8th, 2020.
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Milbre Burch

Touring and Teaching Artist, Kind Crone Productions
A GRAMMY-nominated, spoken-word recording artist, I created social justice-driven performances in many forms: storytelling concerts, dramatic monologues, digital stories, ten-minute plays, etc. As a dramaturg and educator, I teach and coach others in developing their own work.


Wednesday July 8, 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm EDT
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