"There's a way we literally change the vibration in the room. There's a way that we're weaving with our voices. The threads come together, and then they go separate and there's a kind of integrity that's brought into the room when we sing for people that's kind of hard to describe. It could be a silent room with a sleeping person, but you can see the breath deepening, you can see the face easing on the person."
"I have a practice that I go imagine that I'm on the moon. I have a special place where I sit there, and I look at the earth from that distance. I can get magnify the earth and see every little thing that's going on, or I can go back farther out and see the whole world as one. And it gives me a different feeling about being a person on this planet. It's just a place where I am for a while, and I'm not going to try to make it something that it isn't."
Brave Practice is a collective of theatre artists in the South Sound region who use Playback Theatre as a way to foster connection and belonging in our local community.
We produce communications materials for organizations in the South Puget Sound that help raise funds to preserve working farmland and educate eaters about the challenges farmers face when producing food for local markets.
A multimedia, multidisciplinary conversation series about death and dying curated by Window Seat Media in collaboration with local artists, organizations, and groups.
An event series that puts the Harbor region’s history to work as a community development tool.