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Queering Playback: an LGBTQQIP2SAA+ Affinity Space
March 17 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm EDT
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A space for LGBTQQIP2SAA+ people to gather and connect. The group will collaboratively determine the groups’ priorities, but the session will include:
- Using Playback to honor each others’ queer stories
- Discussing LGBTQQIP2SAA+ specific issues in Playback performances & community
- Imagine ways that Playback Theatre can support queer liberation
Clarissa Worcester grew up on unceded Sauk, Peoria, Meskwaki, and Oceti Šakówin land now known as Sterling, IL. They now live in Chicago, the unceded land of the Three Fires: Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi. They are Company Director of Chicago Playback Theatre Ensemble and Coordinator of Playback North America. They recently returned to school, studying Women’s and Gender Studies at DePaul University. Outside of Playback, they are training to become an Interplay Leader, volunteer as a sexual assault crisis counselor, participate in mutual aid organizing, and substitute teach at a forest preschool. Perhaps most often, you can probably find them making eggs while thinking a little too hard about the intersections of embodiment, justice, play.
Mark / Flood is a radical faerie holding onto the grass while the world tilts into fascism, and believes QTs are key to bringing the light and love forth to vanquish it.
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