The SFV-CAMFT Outreach Committee, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA) and Cal-State Northridge (CSUN), is so excited and proud to bring you a special event:
"Sold Out! Thank you for supporting the arts and mental health!"
Theatre of the Mind
Please join us for an exciting evening of theater, music, and dance—all with one thing in common: the journey toward psychological healing and growth. Theater of the Mind will engage your senses as you are taken through a carefully-curated show full of creative expression in an intimate theater setting. Including everything from dynamic dance performances to thought-provoking dramatic pieces, you don’t want to miss out.
Shadows of Darkness
This dance is an exploration into the inner landscape of post-traumatic stress, including the agonizing reality that perpetration and victimization may converge and merge during intense efforts to survive. Terror and tyranny interplay in the shadows of darkness.
Choreographers: Paula Thomson & Maurice Godin
Music: Henryck Gorecki, Third Movement from the Third Symphony
A filmed ten-minute play following one man working to try and prevent suicide attempts on the Golden Gate Bridge. When meeting a young woman, he is confronted with his own issues from the past.
Created by: Leanne Domash
Top of the Hour
A live play: It's a very bad night for two strangers waiting for news from a commuter train crash. His wife is on the train. She's a journalist who has to report something at the top of the hour.
Created by: Kitty Felde
Late Night Musing of a Black Mother: Black Lives Do Matter!
A short piece about the history of police brutality toward the African American community.
Created and Performed by: Shawn LaRe Brinkley
A short video about the objectification of women; "She was treated as a trophy, an object, which slowly led to her losing sight of her confidence, her tone of voice, her identity, and eventually her mind."
Created by: Trew Mullen
The Windmills of Your Mind: A Brief Musicopoetic Journey
Created and Performed by: Victoria Stevens
An actor for the first 30 years of her professional career will perform a 10-minute excerpt from an original/adapted work created specifically for Theater of the Mind.
Created and Performed by: Kirsten Frantzich
It Could Be Frankie
A dance inspired by the incredible love, loneliness, and vacillating hope and despair of colleagues, students, and patients who parent, assist, or live with autistic family members. The complex layers of self-regulation by both a caregiver and an individual with autism are often manifested in an array of non-verbal gestures. When these inner worlds of experience collide they reveal the dreams and fears silently carried in the background of their interactions.
Choreographer: Paula Thomson
Music: Philip Glass, Knee Play 5 from Einstein on the Beach
Making Safe Places with Humor And Music
Writing educational and therapeutic songs and using them to help kids, teens, parents and human service professionals, requires a sense of humor, and the ability to see the dear, bittersweet, stumbling human dance we all do together here on our planet.
Created by: Peter Alsop
Performed by: ChinHead the Leprechaun
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW REGISTER HERE:
When: Saturday, February 23, 2019
(check-in at 7pm)
Location: Electric Lodge, Venice
Questions? Contact Ariel Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your friends and family!
Come have some fun and support a great cause (to raise awareness about the importance of psychological and emotional health) while you're at it!
Price: Chapter members $20 / non-members $25