An emerging playwright will present a stunning new work which mirrors back to us the state of our liberation. Post-performance discussion will invite the community to engage with what liberation means to us. FREE WITH RSVP
Enjoy a fully inclusive brunch over presentations from health experts from the fields of mental health, physical health, and food politics/nutrition. Presenters will then engage in a moderated cross-dialog about the centrality of health and healing to ourselves and our movements. Rejuvenate in more ways than one. FREE WITH RSVP
Interpret - "What To Send Up When It Goes Down" by Aleshea Harris (Reading) + Open Discussion [w/ The Movement Theatre Co]
An emerging playwright will present a stunning new work which mirrors back to us the state of our liberation. Post-performance discussion will invite the community to engage with what liberation means to us. This reading is presented in partnership with The Movement Theater Company. FREE WITH RSVP
Intervene - Outrage and Activism: Building cultural inclusion in American Theater (Panel Discussion)
This open forum will discuss and dissect the rising paradigm shift currently taking place in the theatre industry. With representation still a systemic issue across the board, we've reached a pinnacle point where our outrage and activism have now intermixed. But what's next? How do we go from voice to action? FREE WITH RSVP
Interact with the land and experience the politics of food on a guided garden tour with hands-on instruction. Site-specific poetry performance accentuates this immersive experience which reminds us that we are what we eat. This event is a co-production with the Brotherhood/Sistersol (Bro/Sis). FREE WITH RSVP
Join pleasure activist and writer, adrienne maree brown, in conversation with the Interfest team as they explore intersectionality, emergent strategy and how to make revolution the most pleasurable experience we can have.