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UPDATE
August 20 & 22, 2014: Tjarnarbíó creative center in Reykjavík, Iceland at 8pm.
Many thanks to our generous backers, listed on our News and About Alien Citizen pages.
Here's the campaign page: Kickstarter: Iceland Wants ALIEN CITIZEN: An Earth Odyssey!

September 18, 2014: Williams College at 7:30pm. Venue TBA.


Who are you when you’re from everywhere and nowhere?
Alien Citizen: an earth odyssey is a funny and poignant one-woman show about growing up as a dual citizen of mixed heritage in Central America, North Africa, the Middle East, and New England.

"It's a world tour no one should miss." -Click This Link for Off-Broadway Rave Review

Click This Link for Shortcut to Trailer & Excerpts!


A SAMPLE OF AUDIENCE MEMBERS' RESPONSES

What an engaging, poignant and entertaining show! Every once in a while you stumble upon a little gem of a play...what a delicious, fulfilling evening of theatre! How refreshing your voice is, how interesting (even educational).
-Marilyn Tokuda, Arts Education Director, East West Players

Best Friday night I've had in months. What an accomplishment and what a lovely, enlightening, and haunting evening. This is remarkable theatre and your point of view is a wonderful gift to us all.
-Terri Wagener, Author/Screenwriter

Elizabeth Liang's comic timing, flair for the telling detail, massive range of emotive ability, and willingness to wrench open the wounds we all have are what first strike the viewer. But what remains is the knowledge that we gain from all great art: we are not alone.
-Dr. Wendy Laura Belcher, Princeton University

As a fellow TCK I am so thrilled that you are getting "our story" out there. I found so much of what you said healing for me - "me too, me too, me too!" I wanted to yell out. You were so honest and raw and and bare. Congratulations! May your show live a long life.
-Diahann Reyes, Writer/Actor


SYNOPSIS

Elizabeth Liang, like President Obama, is a Third Culture Kid or a TCK. Third Culture Kids are the children of international business people, global educators, diplomats, missionaries, and the military -- anyone whose family has relocated overseas because of a job placement. Liang weaves humorous stories about growing up as an Alien Citizen abroad with American commercial jingles providing her soundtrack through language confusion, first love, culture shock, Clark Gable, and sandstorms…

Our protagonist deals with the decisions every global nomad has to make repeatedly: to adapt or to simply cope; to build a bridge or to just tolerate. From being a Guatemalan-American teen in North Africa to attending a women’s college in the USA, Alien Citizen reflects her experience that neither one was necessarily easier than the other. She realizes that girls across the world are growing into womanhood in environments that can be hostile to females (including the USA). How does a young girl cope as a border/culture/language/religion straddler in country after country that feels "other" to her when she is the “other?” Where is the line between respecting others and betraying yourself?

Humor is a great survival mechanism! And friends make all the difference.
TRAILER


EXCERPT: On losing language


EXCERPT: On (re)gaining language(s)


EXCERPT: Asian?


EXCERPT: On dual citizenship, national identity, & whatnot
REVIEWS

"It's a world tour no one should miss."
ELJNYC Off-BroadWay

"Touching, absorbing, riveting tale."
ReviewPlays

"Honest... animated... This is, like a great many one-person shows, an intimate affair... She simply tells it better than most."
NY Theatre Guide

"You can do nothing but hang on as Elizabeth takes you on an emotional roller coaster through her life around the world... All in all, Alien Citizen is a fantastic professional and personal accomplishment from a talented and passionate performer."
Asians on Film

"Director Sofie Calderon's intimate production capitalizes on Liang's assured skills as a raconteur...inevitably moving."
LA Weekly

ARTICLES

Next Stop: Musings of a Third Culture Kid "Alien Citizen: Laughter, Tears and Finding the Right Words"

Diary of a Move "Blood is not always thicker"

Baltimore Post-Examiner "Alien Citizen - An Earth Odyssey"

Wandering Educators "Alien Citizen: Third Culture Kids, from Everywhere and Nowhere"

The Displaced Nation "What's it like to come out as a Third Culture Kid on stage? Elizabeth Liang tells all!"

Mixed Race Family "Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey"

Blvd Central "Who Are You, When You're from Everywhere and Nowhere?"

The Displaced Nation "Who is it that can tell me who I am? Third Culture Kid drama!"

HOW AUDIENCES HAVE RESPONDED

What an engaging, poignant and entertaining show! Every once in a while you stumble upon a little gem of a play...what a delicious, fulfilling evening of theatre! How refreshing your voice is, how interesting (even educational).
-Marilyn Tokuda, Arts Education Director, East West Players

Elizabeth Liang's comic timing, flair for the telling detail, massive range of emotive ability, and willingness to wrench open the wounds we all have are what first strike the viewer. But what remains is the knowledge that we gain from all great art: we are not alone.
-Dr. Wendy Laura Belcher, Princeton University

Show was gorgeous. The memories were so vividly and expertly imparted, like an excellent short story or memoir, I feel as if I'd been to all the places Elizabeth lived. And her emotional fluidity, comic timing and dynamic, morphing voice, so moving and delightful to absorb. I really related.
-Heather Woodbury, Obie-Award Winner and Solo Show Creator ("As the Globe Warms")

Tremendous. Lisa gently opens your chest, takes out your heart, makes it laugh, makes it cry and asks it to dance. When that last part happens, you'll have no hesitation in saying Yes please, thru teary eyes. Yes please, Lisa Liang, please dance with my heart.
-Phil Ward, Managing Director, ComedySportz LA

As a fellow TCK I am so thrilled that you are getting "our story" out there. I found so much of what you said healing for me - "me too, me too, me too!" I wanted to yell out. You were so honest and raw and and bare. Congratulations! May your show live a long life.
-Diahann Reyes, Writer/Actor

I was blown away! Lisa's performance was equal measure humor and heartbreak. She walked us right to the edge of tears then brought us back with impeccable comic timing. I truly felt transported to the many countries of her youth, strangely understanding an experience that should have been "alien" to me.
-Thomas Lopez, Founder, Latinas and Latinos of Mixed Ancestry (LOMA) program

Such an extraordinary and exhilarating piece of theatre! Illuminating and rich and generous. Superb. Best experience I have had in a theatre in a gazillion years.
-Bill Ingram, Casting Director

Best Friday night I've had in months. What an accomplishment and what a lovely, enlightening, and haunting evening. This is remarkable theatre and your point of view is a wonderful gift to us all.
-Terri Wagener, Author/Screenwriter

I was so moved by your show...it's emotional, funny and truly original...it has to tour!!
-Doug Blush, Film Editor (OF TWO MINDS, THE INVISIBLE WAR, WORDPLAY)

Great show. I couldn't imagine how much it would affect me. It was honest and magical.
-Gene Lee, Writer

Spectacular opening night performance. Funny, moving, thought provoking and utterly entertaining. You were incredible and the show is still with me. The brilliance & power of Alien Citizen is that it un-alienates us to ourselves and each other.
-Terrie Silverman, Artist-in-Residence, Beyond Baroque &
Founder, Creative Rites Workshops for Writing & Performance

Wonderful work. Never lost sight of the storytelling. That's a difficult line Elizabeth has to straddle - between honesty and theatricality - and she does it magnificently. -Bill Robens, Playwright/Screenwriter (Kill Me, Deadly; A Mulholland Christmas Carol; A Fish without His Flippers; The Poseidon Adventure: The Musical; Towering Inferno: The Musical) & Lynn Odell, Actress/Producer

PHENOMENAL. The show took me on a journey and it was my pleasure to be there.
-Shawna Casey, Playwright/Actress

Great story of identity, adaptation quite epic and very romantic in its scope and distance! If anyone were to say to me about Elizabeth: What is she? My answer would be simple and knee jerk: She is an artist.
-Rich Werner, Solo Artist

Tour de Force.
-Rebecca Gray, Actress/Writer

Lisa is such a brave performer, with a range of emotions that are easily accessible, both to her & the audience. I was amazed at the wide range of audience members, young, old, hip, intellectual and worldly. Everyone shook their heads in recognition of the joys & pitfalls of living such a fascinating life. So much material, I can't wait to see it again.
-Steve Mize, Solo Performer/Nomadic Traveler

Just loved it and laughed so much.
-Hilary Duffy, International Photographer

Amazing, intrepid performance! Spectacular! The show was funny, poignant, and well-written!
-Rena Heinrich, Director/Actress

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! I laughed and cried and for the entire performance I was truly captivated!
-Ken Klenner, Jeweler/Gemologist

What a privilege to see the many people who've crossed through and helped shape Elizabeth's life through the multiple, unique characters she's created! LOVED the writing, expression, and truth. Brava!
-Sharline Liu, Industry event planner/Actress

It was an amazing show, wonderful night, meaningful experience.
-Carol Turpen, Senior Manager, IngramMicro

Professional, fantastically written with humor and heart, brilliantly executed while flawlessly flowing from one character to another, WOW!
-Kate Kofler, Actress & Interior Designer

It was such a great show - so intelligent, funny and moving.
-Krista Conti, Actress

Bravo to Elizabeth Liang on the wonderful Alien Citizen.
-Rafeal Clements, Director/Writer/Actor

What a fantastic show! Can't wait to see it again.
-Genevieve Fong, Eames Office

I am so thankful I was able to come, as I really enjoyed it! I was very moved by the play and I think it applies to so many people... It was funny, emotional, and insightful.
-Vessi Kapoulian

This is required viewing for ALL HAPAs. GO! With her extraordinary true story, Elizabeth Liang gets under your skin - no matter what color it is! I was moved.
-David Johann Kim, Director/Writer

Alien Citizen is an utterly engaging and fascinating evening of theatre that is hilarious, heartbreaking, and truly inspiring. Liang's performance is so committed and vulnerable, and her story is so personal and engaging that you can't help being completely pulled into her journey and contemplate your own journey to identity and self-realization. Liang's show is a beautiful and thoroughly enjoyable tale of the often difficult journey of self-discovery.
Mark McClain Wilson, Actor/Producer/Sound Designer

Show was incredible. Funny, poignant, relatable, inspiring and most of all IMPORTANT.
-Nina Harada, Actress

Amazing! It was a tour-de-force! Tremendous actress!
-Sharmila Devar, Actress ("Scandal," "Arrested Development")
UPCOMING

August 20 & 22, 2014:
Tjarnarbíó creative center in Reykjavík, Iceland at 8pm

September 18, 2014:
Williams College at 7:30pm. More info TBA.

September 30, 2014:
IMF Family Association at Bretton Woods Recreation Center

October 6-10, 2014:
Centro Cultural Costarricense Norteamericano in San José, Costa Rica. More info TBA.

October 31, 2014:
Carleton College at 10:50am. More info TBA.

November 13-15, 2014:
Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference at DePaul University in Chicago at 5pm


PAST

May 13, 2014:
World Bank Family Network Gala Dinner in Washington, DC

May 10, 2014:
United States of Asian America Festival
in San Francisco, sponsored by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center, at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts. Tix: $12.

April 10, 2014: Wesleyan University at 8pm in the Memorial Chapel, hosted by MiX, Ajua Campos, AASC, Women of Color Collective, and PANGEA student groups. Sponsored by Ajua Campos, College of East Asian Studies, SBC, and Wesquisqueya. (Free.)

March 25-28, 2014: Balboa Academy, International School of Panama, and the US Embassy in Panama City, Panama

March 23, 2014: Closing keynote at the Families in Global Transition (FIGT) conference in Virginia

February 21, 2014: M.I.T. at 7pm in Auditorium # 6-120. (Free.)

February 12, 2014: Princeton University at Whitman College Class of 1970 Theatre. (Free.)

September 24 & 25, 2013: Opened the Women at Work Festival at Stage Left Studio Off Off Broadway. Most proceeds went to The Girl Effect.

May 3, 2013 - June 1, 2013: World Premiere at the Asylum Lab, Hollywood. There was a talkback organized by Multiracial Americans of Southern California on Friday, May 31. (33% of proceeds using "MASC" code went to MASC.)


BOOKING THE SHOW

To bring Alien Citizen: an earth odyssey to your college campus, with the option of a Q&A or a workshop on writing one's solo show or memoir, please contact Greg Bura at info@consciouscampus.com.
Website:

For all other bookings, please email: eliang@wesleyan.edu
Publicity Stills
Photography by Wendy Belcher


Writer/Performer & Director
Photography by ?

Elizabeth Liang, Sofie Calderon


Posters
Graphics by Gene Michael Barrera, and designers at Princeton & MIT
8/1/14: The show has been invited to the IMFFA retreat in Maryland on 9/30, Carleton College in Minnesota on 10/31, and the Women Playwrights International Conference in Cape Town, South Africa in June 2015!

7/14/14: We're happy to announce that the show is now represented on the college circuit by

6/18/14: Iceland dates set! August 20 and 22!

6/3/2014: The show is going to Iceland in August!!!
Enormous thanks to our very generous backers:
Karen Achenbach, Ronald Antinoja, Doug Atchison, Evelyn Badia, Wendy Laura Belcher, Stacy Benjamin, Liz Bezanson, Michelle Bezanson, Edward J. Borey, Edna Boulad,
Hiwa Bourne, Angela Bullock, Bridgette Campbell, Jennifer Carmody, Christine Corpuz & Robbie Abilez, Lisa de Fuso, Pamela Dell, Heidi Durrow, Vanessa Emlich, Genevieve Fong, Audrey S. Freudberg, Lily Gatica, Dawn Greenidge, Randy Gritz, Evelyn G. Hall, Nancy Harris, Michael Hornbuckle, Caroline Kennedy, Maury Lanman, Kai Lie Lau, Daniel Lawrence,
Gene Lee, Richard Lee, John Liang, Susan Liang, Patricia Linderman, Moses Ling,
Victoria Longland, Linda & Frans Manoll, Caroline Martinez, Steve Mize & Emmylou Diaz, Claire Moed, Thao P. Nguyen, Christopher 'Staples' O'Dell, Eileen O'Meara, Penny Peters, Diahann Reyes, Julia Lee Simens, Peter James Smith, Karen Smith, Johannes Tang,
Kikuko Tanimoto, Jennifer Taub Gwillim, Kiem Thè, Roy Unger, Elif Celebi Wisecup, Alice Wu

5/22/14: Please help the show get to Iceland! (Deadline: June 2.)
Kickstarter: Iceland Wants ALIEN CITIZEN: An Earth Odyssey!

4/14/14: The show will be part of the United States of Asian America Festival in San Francisco on May 10 at 8pm, sponsored by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center, at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts. Tix: $12.

4/8/14: The World Bank Family Network has booked excerpts of the show for their Gala Dinner on May 13, and Williams College has booked the whole show for September 18!

4/2/14: The show is going to Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT next week on April 10!

2/13/14: Three international schools and the US Embassy in Panama City, Panama have booked excerpts from the show + Q&A for March 25-28, 2014.

1/31/14: Elizabeth performed an excerpt of the show at CSULA on January 27. She led a workshop after the performance for two classes back-to-back.

1/15/14: The show will be the closing keynote address at the Families in Global Transition (FIGT) conference in Virginia on March 23.
Princeton University performance will be on February 12 at 8pm at
Whitman College Class of 1970 Theatre. (Free--arrive early to secure your seat!)
M.I.T. performance will be on February 21 at 7pm in classroom # 6-120. Refreshments served beforehand. (Free.)

10/14/13: The show has been invited to M.I.T. after it goes to Princeton in February 2014!

9/30/13: The East Coast and NYC Premieres and Off Off Broadway debut were wonderfully received!

"It's a world tour no one should miss."
ELJNYC Off-BroadWay

"Honest... animated... This is, like a great many one-person shows, an intimate affair... She simply tells it better than most."
NY Theatre Guide

9/2/13: Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey has been invited to open the Women at Work Festival at Stage Left Studio in NYC on 9/24 & 9/25 at 7:30pm! Most proceeds will go to The Girl Effect and tix are available at: Women at Work: Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey

8/8/13: The trailer is now on the Home page and YouTube!
Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey trailer

6/29/13: The show has been invited to Princeton University this coming school year. This is a very exciting honor. Stay tuned for exact date(s)!

WORLD PREMIERE CREDITS

World Premiere
Presented by HapaLis Productions in association with
Multiracial Americans of Southern California (MASC)

Written and performed by Elizabeth Liang
Directed by Sofie Calderon
Associate Produced by Richard Lee, Karen Smith, and Wendy Belcher
Assistant produced by Leila Ciszewski
Stage Managed by Michelle Hilyard
House Managed by Charls Sedgwick Hall, Kate Huffman, Inger Tudor
Lighting & Projections Design by Matt Richter
Sound Design by Dennis Yen
Graphic and Program Design by Gene Michael Barrera

at the Asylum Lab, 1078 Lillian Way, Hollywood, CA 90038
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm
Previewed May 3, Ran May 4 - June 1, 2013
There was a talkback organized by MASC on Friday, May 31. (33% of proceeds using "MASC" code went to MASC.)

Credit for International Tour: additional Projection and Sound Design by tour Co-producer Daniel Lawrence.

SYNOPSIS

Who are you when you’re from everywhere and nowhere? Alien Citizen is a funny and poignant one-woman show about growing up as a dual citizen of mixed heritage in Central America, North Africa, the Middle East, and New England.

Elizabeth Liang, like President Obama, is a Third Culture Kid or a TCK. Third Culture Kids are the children of international business people, global educators, diplomats, missionaries, and the military -- anyone whose family has relocated overseas because of a job placement. Liang weaves humorous stories about growing up as an Alien Citizen abroad with American commercial jingles providing her soundtrack through language confusion, first love, culture shock, Clark Gable, and sandstorms…

Our protagonist deals with the decisions every global nomad has to make repeatedly: to adapt or to simply cope; to build a bridge or to just tolerate. From being a Guatemalan-American teen in North Africa to attending a women’s college in the USA, Alien Citizen reflects her experience that neither one was necessarily easier than the other. She realizes that girls across the world are growing into womanhood in environments that can be hostile to females (including the USA). How does a young girl cope as a border/culture/language/religion straddler in country after country that feels "other" to her when she is the “other?” Where is the line between respecting others and betraying yourself?

Humor is a great survival mechanism! And friends make all the difference.

Click for ReviewPlays Rave Review!

To bring Alien Citizen: an earth odyssey to your college campus, with the option of a Q&A or a workshop on writing one's solo show or memoir, please contact Greg Bura at info@consciouscampus.com.
Website:

For all other bookings, please email: eliang@wesleyan.edu


HISTORY

Elizabeth Liang developed the script with the help of a scholarship to the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute, Terrie Silverman's solo-show master class, and on her own. Segments of the show have also been performed at the "5,000 Women" Festival at Wesleyan University, the Hollywood Fringe Festival, East West Players, Beyond Baroque, the Families in Global Transition (FIGT) conference, CSULA, and the "Growing Up Global" class at Princeton University.

The show had a successful 5-week run at the Asylum Lab in Hollywood, CA in May 2013. It then opened the Stage Left Women at Work Festival Off Off Broadway on September 24-25, 2013; the festival tour continued with the United States of Asian America Festival in San Francisco on May 10, 2014. The college tour began in February 2014 at Princeton University and M.I.T., continuing at Wesleyan in April and Williams in September, 2014. The world tour began at two international schools and the US Embassy in Panama in March 2014.

Successful Kickstarter Campaign for Iceland

Enormous thanks to our very generous backers for helping the show go to Iceland:
Karen Achenbach, Ronald Antinoja, Doug Atchison, Evelyn Badia, Wendy Laura Belcher, Stacy Benjamin, Liz Bezanson, Michelle Bezanson, Edward J. Borey, Edna Boulad,
Hiwa Bourne, Angela Bullock, Bridgette Campbell, Jennifer Carmody, Christine Corpuz & Robbie Abilez, Lisa de Fuso, Pamela Dell, Heidi Durrow, Vanessa Emlich, Genevieve Fong, Audrey S. Freudberg, Lily Gatica, Dawn Greenidge, Randy Gritz, Evelyn G. Hall, Nancy Harris, Michael Hornbuckle, Caroline Kennedy, Maury Lanman, Kai Lie Lau, Daniel Lawrence,
Gene Lee, Richard Lee, John Liang, Susan Liang, Patricia Linderman, Moses Ling,
Victoria Longland, Linda & Frans Manoll, Caroline Martinez, Steve Mize & Emmylou Diaz, Claire Moed, Thao P. Nguyen, Christopher 'Staples' O'Dell, Eileen O'Meara, Penny Peters, Diahann Reyes, Julia Lee Simens, Peter James Smith, Karen Smith, Johannes Tang,
Kikuko Tanimoto, Jennifer Taub Gwillim, Kiem Thè, Roy Unger, Elif Celebi Wisecup, Alice Wu

Successful USA Projects Campaign

Profound thanks to the generous donors to the USA Projects campaign: Percy Angress,
Doug Atchison, Jenna Banko-Conder, Wendy Belcher, Nancy Berman, David Bickford,
Denise Blasor, Sofie Boulad, Jennifer Carmody, Lisa Clifton, Jeff Defalque, Lisa Dring,
Laura Finnegan, Genevieve Fong, Audrey Freudberg, Gina Garcia Sharp, Rebecca Gray, Randy Gritz, Pooja Gupta, Charls Hall, Evelyn Hall, Stephen Hall, Rena Heinrich,
Nancy Henderson-James, Fritz Herzog, Molly Hope, Theodore Hope & María Sáenz,
Nova Jacobs, Tom Jacobson, Jessica Lynn Johnson, Timothy Judd, Ken Klenner, Kate Kofler, David Kreinberg, Eliza Lanman, Kami Lee, Richard Lee, Harry Liang, Juan Liang,
Susan Liang, Moses Ling, Karen Jean Martinson, Michael Mayhew, Mark McClain Wilson,
Mary Mollica, Frannie Moyer, Chon Noriega, Trevor Olsen, Robert W. Oriol, Diahann Reyes,
Bill Robens, Laurie Searle, Terrie Silverman, Carolyn Townsend, Xavier Vela, Amy Waddell,
Alethea Wang, Deborah Werbner, Libby Werbner, David Wilcox, Ling Yu, and Anonymous.

Successful Kickstarter Campaign

Elizabeth launched a successful Kickstarter campaign in order to take Terrie Silverman's
6-month solo-show master class. Humble thanks to her backers: alow, Margot Amestoy , Edoardo Ballerini, Wendy Laura Belcher, Jennifer Blaine, Hiwa Bourne, Elif Celebi Wisecup, Frances Chavarria, Carl Cunningham, Lisa de Fuso, Genevieve Fong, Nathalie Foy,
Steve Garland , Francisco Gomes, Randy Gritz, Patricia Hall, Denise Harris,
John & Molly Hope, Theodore Hope, McKerrin Kelly, Kai Lie Lau, Daniel Lawrence,
David Lawrence, Jerome P. Ledin, Gene Lee, Kami Lee, John Liang, Michael Mayhew,
Chuck McCollum, Sherry Miller, David Morfin, Amanda Moss, Anna Nicholas, Jack O'Brien,
Derek Sayre, John Sinclair, Karen Smith, Johannes Tang, Kiem Thè, Roy Unger,
Pilar and Xavier Vela, Dara Weinberg, Susan Wester, Robert Whittington & Phylliss Crist.

SOCIAL MEDIA




For college & university bookings: Greg Bura at info@consciouscampus.com
Website:

For all other bookings: eliang@wesleyan.edu




Elizabeth Liang leads a workshop on writing your solo show, memoir, or personal essay. Anyone who grew up (or is currently living) between or among different worlds, as a bridge or an island or both (whatever that may mean to you), will get a lot from this class. But all are welcome! The writing exercises are helpful for anyone with a story they want to share.

SPRING/SUMMER SESSION:
Sundays, 11am-1pm
June 15-July 27
AND ONE SATURDAY, July 19, 4pm-6pm
6 sessions - NO CLASS ON JULY 6 AND JULY 20
ComedySportz Ballroom (smaller space behind mainstage)
733 N Seward (N of Melrose, 5 blocks E of Highland), Hollywood 90038
Small class size for maximum attention to participants.

For more info or to register, please email eliang@wesleyan.edu.

PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS


Photograph by Daniel Lawrence

One 50-minute workshop as guest lecturer at Princeton University in February 2014 (pictured above)

Two 90-minute workshops at California State University, Los Angeles in January 2014

One month-long workshop at Vs. Theatre in L.A. in January 2014

One 5-week workshop at ComedySportzLA in fall 2013

Concurrent Session on writing a TCK solo show, memoir, or personal essay at the Families in Global Transition (FIGT) conference in Virginia, March 2014 and in Maryland, March 2013

FEEDBACK FROM FIGT 2013 PARTICIPANTS

Very interactive + best session @ FIGT.
Absolutely excellent!
Loved it!
Awesome!
Very much inspiring! Thank you!
Thank you for great ideas + handouts + very practical help.
Great- enjoyed for show + writing exercises. Thank you!
Helped me to express.
PLEASE DO THIS AGAIN NEXT YEAR!
Fantastic.
Super well paced, excellent opening (solo show excerpt), created really safe space to share stories.
Superb! Invite her back next year!

 
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