Shelley's Sibliography: Releasing the Incarcerated Voice Through Memory, Imagination, and Dialogue
Presented by Rochelle Duffy, Ph.D.
Friday, July 30, 2010; 07:30PM - 09:30PM
This reading performance is the product of Dr. Duffy's work in family mythology and self-discovery. Beginning with the question "What was it like for you to be part of our family?", she collected oral histories from her seventeen siblings and turned them into first person narratives. These memories are stitched into a dialogue between one incarcerated brother and a silenced sister. Dr. Duffy's work demonstrates both the power of memory and dream to ignite voice and transform spirit, as expressed in her reading performance of Prison Is Where I Learned to Fly: Shelley's Sibliography.
Pre-registered: $25.00 | At Door: $30.00
Location: C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, Lecture Room, see Contact Us page