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August 19, 2019, Monday - Happening: The Art of Surviving at the Guthrie

Time: 7 – 9:30 pm

Location: Guthrie Theater, 818 Second Street S

Happening: The Art of Surviving

Like many communities, the Twin Cities is reeling from revelations of trauma and abuse. In an effort to encourage dialogue and coalition-building, the Guthrie will host an evening dedicated to the art of surviving. Survivors Sharon Day, Ifrah Mansour, Laura Stearns and Saymoukda Vongsay will share their personal stories of resiliency, encompassing themes of generational trauma, war, immigration and sexual abuse. Audience members will have time and space to reflect privately or in facilitated group discussions.

The Guthrie invites you to join them for the final Happening of the 2018–2019 Season as they listen to — and lift up — the voices of survivors. This event is free, but reservations are required.