Devoted and Disgruntled This Weekend
I’m a big fan of Open Space Technology – it is a method for conducting meetings/plenaries that allows the participants to self-direct the content and work to be done. So I’m excited that Phelim McDermott from Improbable is bringing Devoted and Disgruntled to NYC on Saturday, January 16 from 10am-6pm and Sunday, January 17 from 1pm-8pm. He will be leading this two day Open Space workshop for theater lovers and practitioners to wrestle with the following questions and much more:
Do you love theatre?
Do you find it frustrating?
Do you wish it were different?
Do you feel like an outsider in your own profession?
Do you want to help change things for the better?
Have you just started out and need support?
Have you been in the profession for years and feel jaded?
Is your sector always left out of the discussions?
Are you looking for a sense of: community, eldership, mentorship?
Are you looking to change things?
This could be a great chance for the NYC theater community to come together and crowsource some answers.
HOW TO BOOK
2 Day Pass: $30 at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/89915
Church of St Paul the Apostle
405 W 59th St
January 16 Saturday 10-6pm
January 17 Sunday 1-8pm
This is part of Under The Radar and more info is available here.