Natalie will be performing an excerpt from her solo play of Mud Offerings about a Chicanita that has it out with the Virgen de Guadalupe unraveling the culturally complicated truths, lies and mythologies of women’s spirituality and sexuality in contexts of violence and betrayal.
Monday, August 15th from 7pm to 9pm
Proyecto Latina Reading Series – FREE
2500 South Christianna Avenue
Chicago, IL 60623
Street parking / #60 Blue Island Bus
Come and connect with Latinas in the arts and beyond!
Remember to get there early and sign up for the open mic and bring your chismes for the chisme box.
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Natalie Marlena Goodnow is a nationally recognized teatrista, teaching artist, and cultural activist from Austin, Texas. She writes, performs, and directs; she’s been practicing some combination of those forms for seventeen years, and started teaching about and through them 8 years ago. She specializes in the creation of original works for the stage, as a solo performer and in collaboration with other performers and playwrights, both youth and adults. Goodnow’s work is dialogical in both its process and product, using performance as a tool with which to engage communities in conversation. Natalie explores the relationships between people and places, in terms of relationships to community, to the Earth, and to our own bodies. Natalie is an Artistic Associate of Theatre Action Project and a member of The Austin Project.
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