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Performing the World
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1697  Thursday, 5 July 2001

From:           Mary Fridley <
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Date:           Tuesday, 3 Jul 2001 12:17:32 -0700 (PDT)
Subject:        Performing the World

To whom it may interest,

I am writing to invite you to be a part of - together with friends and
colleagues from around the world - a "cross-disciplinary happening"
known as "Performing the World:  Communication, Improvisation and
Societal Practice," a conference being held October 12-14, 2001 in
Montauk, New York.

Performing the World will bring together scholars, therapists, health
and helping professionals, educators, business professionals, community
builders, performers, artists - and the irrepressibly curious -to learn
from each other and create new horizons of possibility.  Conversations,
panels, workshops and performances will explore the rich potential of
performance for personal and social change.

Plenary Sessions:
Ken Gergen and Fred Newman (Performance:  Act Before You Think)
Arthur Penn (Little Big Man: Film as Social Construction)
Susan Jaffe [Dance as Growthful Play]
Dan Friedman (Mundane Performance: Performance Outside the Theatre)
Lenora Fulani, Pam Lewis and the All Stars Talent Show Network
(Growing Up Performed:  Youth and Performance)
...with a performance by the Castillo Theatre Ensemble

Focused sessions include:
Therapeutic Change  &#61559;   Reshaping Expertise and
Agency through the Performance of Conversation:
Doctor-Patient, Therapist-Client and Teacher-Student
&#61559;   Boundary Crossing Through Performance
&#61559;    Scholarship as Performance  &#61559;
Performing Sex and Intimacy   &#61559;   Youth
Development through Performance    &#61559;   Dance
and Identity   &#61559;   Performance in
Organizational Development   &#61559;   Performance
and Personal and Spiritual Transformation   &#61559;
Video, Installations and more...

For full program information and to register, visit our website at
www.performingtheworld.org or contact Melissa Meyer at

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  or 212.941.8906.  For other inquiries,
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Performing The World is sponsored by the Taos Institute and Performance
of a Lifetime.

Sincerely,
Mary Fridley
Producer

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