"Visceral: transforming trauma through theatre," tells the stories of four people who begin to find healing from PTSD by performing onstage.
TICKETS REQUIRED Get your ticket at https://www.capacity4good.com/event-details/benefit-screening-to-honor-veterans
The screening is followed by a live Q&A! hosted by Jason Moon, founder and director of Warrior Songs, whose music is featured in "Visceral."
Guests include: Army veteran Carissa DiPietro, who is featured in Visceral and has participated in a number of performances with the Feast of Crispian - Shakespeare with veterans. You'll also meet Feast of Crispian directors Nancy Smith-Wattson, Bill Watson and Jim Tasse, all featured in "Visceral." and Amy Erickson, producer & director of "Visceral."
About the organizations: I am donating the proceeds from this screening to Warrior Songs and the Feast of Crispian, which are 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. The wonderful people involved generously gave of their time and talents to the production of Visceral.
These two organizations are doing incredible healing work with veterans who are impacted by PTSD. Feast of Crispian brings veterans together and professional actors to strengthen the emotional resources they need to overcome trauma and reintegration issues. Warrior Songs Warrior Songs is committed to facilitating veterans' healing through music and the creative arts.
Details: This is a virtual screening of the documentary "Visceral: transforming trauma through theatre." With a donation, you'll receive a link to watch the film on November 15, 2020 at 1:00pm PDT, followed by a live Q&A on Zoom. You'll need to have Zoom installed on your computer.
Pay what you can
Donation - pay what you can