Conservation Foundation is pleased to have Ashley Teague at Bay Preserve as Artist-in-Residence, in collaboration with FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. Join Director Ashley Teague in a discussion about plays.
A play is an opportunity to be in conversation with an audience.
Theatre can lift up ideas for change and say, what if? Art can hold up worlds we've never seen before and ask, how? Teague believes the final moment of any play does not happen on the stage, it happens in the hearts and minds of the audience. It happens over post-show drinks when we talk to a friend about what we experienced.
How are artists utilizing theatre as a tool for dialogue? How can we push the boundaries of theatre as a form of conversation? How is a play a question for us to respond to?
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Teague is director of The Rehearsal, to be performed by the FSU/Asolo Conservatory February 21 through March 11. Click here for details about the Asolo production.
About the Artist: ASHLEY TEAGUE, Director, The Rehearsal
Teague is the Founding Artistic Director of Notch Theatre and a recipient of the Embark Fellowship Award for Entrepreneurship. She developed Talk It Out, which travels California creating community-engaged theater to change policy around the school-to-prison pipeline. As a creative content producer, she worked on Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls, and Gus Van Sant’s Promised Land among others. Recent credits: CHQ (Chautauqua Theatre), Side Show: The Musical (Trinity Rep), Romeo and Juliet (Brown/Trinity), Invasion! (Brown), Bean (Hollywood Fringe), Jesus Hopped the A Train (Lyric Theatre), Richmond (East Bay Center), Ajax (Theater of War), Halfway Home (Blank Theater). Learn more at www.Ashteague.com and www.NotchTheatre.org .