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Join Playback Memphis Ensemble Cequita Monique to learn how to use the tools of Playback theatre to trust one another and ourselves, Valentine's Day edition & free lunch!
When you look back at this time, what will you remember about how you chose to be? Discover Playback wisdom and tools that will help enhance wellness and resiliency in your personal or professional life. This community lunch & learn series will be offered again February 21 & 28, 2023.
For more information, visit: https://playbackmemphis.org/2020/08/25/practicing-with-playback/
Cequita Monique will lead us in improvisational movements and exercises that encourages us to ask ourselves, "What's the relationship between creativity and trust?" At Playback, we believe every situation that arises, whether good or bad, gives us an opportunity to use our curiosity. Join us and see what happens when you approach a situation with curiosity.
Please note: This is not a performance.
About the facilitator:
Cequita Monique has been a performing artist and arts educator for over 25 years. Cequita Monique has received the Memphis Theatre Award for Excellence as a lead actress in both a musical and drama. She has performed locally and abroad. Cequita Monique retired as a flight attendant for the airlines for over 10 years to commit to this creative ministry. She continues to work professionally as an independent artist in creative and academic environments performing virtually and live.
Cequita Monique is also a professional ensemble member of Playback Memphis and an Orpheum Theatre Group teaching artist. In 2019 Cequita founded “The Culture House” a nonprofit organization that produces, performs, and preserves the culture of Memphis. The Culture House featured Cequita Monique in her one-woman production "Come Sunday” A Sip of Sunday Songs, a musical memoir. She was a performing panelist for the 2021 Association Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) writers conference where she performed a live reading from African folklore the adaptation of the People Could Fly with The Nubian Theater Company.