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(in)active mormon women: an ethnodrama
March 7, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Created by Janice Jenson
Based on transcripts from 15 brave inactive Mormon women who participated in 4 story circles.
Inspired by her own personal faith journey, Janice created this play by interviewing fifteen inactive Mormon women through a group interview process called a story circle. The 15 brave women who participated shared beautiful and heartbreaking stories–everything from their isolation and depression, to their stories of their lives on the other side of Mormonism. The stories were audio recorded, transcribed, and then compiled into a performance script. Every word in the script is directly from these women’s experiences.
This performance is part of a capstone project for the Masters in Community Leadership program at Westminster College. Join us for a night of community, catharsis, and exploration of the experiences of inactive Mormon Women.
Free staged reading open to the public. A brief talk-back will follow the staged reading.
When: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 7pm
Where: Chapel Theatre at Salt Lake Acting Company
Doors open at 6:30pm. Limited seating available. General admission.
Please be advised that there is some strong language and mature content.