UPCOMING EVENTS 2018!
Grief Dialogues: The Play
September 26, 2018, 8:00 p.m. — Cockroach Theatre, Las Vegas, NV
Reflections on coping with loss offered in honor of 1 October. A partnership with The Asylum Theatre, Grief Dialogues, and Cockroach Theatre.
Grief Dialogues: The Play on Film
October 31, 2018, 3:30 p.m. — Reimagine End of Life, New York Open Center, New York, NY
A filmed version of Grief Dialogues: The Play will be presented as part of Reimagine End of Life. Running October 27 through November 3, this week-long event offers lectures, films, workshops, theater, panel discussions, and more exploring the big questions of life and death.
We’ve presented four book readings (Bainbridge Island, WA; La Canada, CA; and Seattle, WA) and plan for more in other cities. Check back for updates coming soon.
Grief Dialogues: The Play
See the play!
- July 29, 2018 — Dramatists Guild 2018 National Conference, New York, NY
- June 19 & 20 and June 26 & 27, 2018 — 18th & Union: an arts space, Seattle, WA
- June 15, 2018 — Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Bainbridge Island, Washington
- September 8, 2017 — University of Washington Ethnic Culture Theatre, Seattle, WA
The debut performance of Grief Dialogues: The Play and the opening event of the Seattle Death Salon, a three-day event co-sponsored by UW School of Social Work, the Order of the Good Death (Los Angeles), People’s Memorial (Seattle) and Grief Dialogues.
- October 17, 2017 — 18th and Union: an arts space, Seattle, WA
The area premiere staged reading of a full-length play about the final day of a mother’s life. Written by Elizabeth Coplan and produced with Parley Productions.
Just a Little More Time
- June 8, 2017 — Queen Anne Book Company, Seattle, WA
Excerpts from our first collection of stories, poems and plays about the end of life, read by Kathleen Eaton, Dr. Sharon Stanley, Corbin Lewars (editor), Ann Teplick, G. Elizabeth Kretchmer, Paul Boardman, Elizabeth Coplan, Dave Reeck, Andrea Adams, and Sierra Rigdon.
Want more information about our events and our continuing conversation around death and grief?
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