What a Piece of Work! Forms and Movements for the ResistanceSeptember 29, 8:00 pm-October 7, 9:30 pm
Our Own Voice Theatre Troupe presents WHAT A PIECE OF WORK!, directed by Bill Baker with choreography by Kimberly Baker and contributions and collaborations from the ensemble.
Plays September 29-October 7
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 PM
WHAT A PIECE OF WORK! is an original multidisciplinary performance piece, inspired by Shakespeare’s timeless tale of a certain Danish prince who tragically failed to take action before it was too late. The production considers the responsibility each of us has to meet the challenges presented by the dangerously uncertain times in which we live. WHAT A PIECE OF WORK! is about resisting anything that lulls us into complacency.
Tickets are $12 general admission and $10 for students and seniors. CASH ONLY AT THE DOOR.
Tickets are also available online as rewards at gofundme.com/ourownvoice.
To make your reservation, call 901-274-1000. For more information, visit ourownvoice.org, or check us out on Facebook.
About The Company
Created in 1991, the Our Own Voice Theatre Troupe is a non-profit organization working to empower people marginalized by mental illness, and striving to engage our community in dialogue about mental health. The company was started by Bill Baker, Founding Director & Psychotherapist, along with Khyber Daniel and Randy Wayne Youngblood, two Playwrights & Mental Health Advocates.
For 26 years Our Own Voice has provided the opportunity to explore mental health and creativity by giving people a platform to express themselves through innovative, experimental performance. Our Own Voice is proud to be one of the original Resident Companies at TheatreWorks in Overton Square. TheatreWorks hosts a variety of diverse performances throughout the year.