Learn about a humorous one-woman play that inspires audiences to discuss their fears about dying and death.
In this episode I share an interview from the archives with actress Judith Gantly who presents a one-woman play titled “Waltzing the Reaper.” We discuss the benefits of compelling theatre for inspiring an audience to talk about end-of-life issues.
Learn more about Judith’s work and “Waltzing the Reaper” here.
On July 24th I’ll be hosting a free webinar with Suzanne O’Brien RN on End-of-Life Doula Training for Caregivers and Volunteers. She will share the Level I training she offers to community members who want to learn how to care for their families and neighbors at the end of life. There will be a Q&A session with Suzanne following the webinar and you will receive the replay if you can’t attend live. Stay tuned for registration information!
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Judith Gantly presents the one-woman play “Waltzing the Reaper” for hospices, medical schools, and communities all around the country. She is available to travel to your event if you would like to incorporate theatre as a way to inspire your community to engage in conversations about dying and death.
You will learn:
- The story portrayed in Waltzing the Reaper
- Why theatre is a powerful tool for inspiration
- How the hearts and minds of the audience members are opened during a live performance on stage
- Why the content of this play stimulates discussion
- How audiences come together through the shared experience of viewing a play
- How to contact Judith about bringing Waltzing the Reaper to your community
View video excerpts from the play, read testimonials, and contact Judith at her website: http://judithgantly.com.
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