Exiled with Exile
While we may not be able to bring everyone together in person, we are thrilled to present a variety of virtual experiences to bring the Theatre Exile mission and passion for community to you at a safe distance! Read on for our full list of programming and information to register for each event.
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Conversations in Exile
Our virtual conversations feature a variety of topics and guests, and are free and open to all!
Here is how you can enjoy “Conversations in Exile”:
- To participate, simply click on the link below each event to register any time before the event starts.
- After you register, you will receive an email with the event Zoom link.
- On the day of the event, click on that event link. It’s that simple.
- You DO NOT need to download any software, or subscribe to any service to participate in these Zoom events. You do not need to create a Zoom account. There is no cost to participate.
Thrivin’ Ain’t Easy 101: Choreopoem Masterclass
Instructor: TS Hawkins
Monday, March 8, 6 – 7:30 PM
In a socio-political, media-driven climate, how can folx do to find peace and inspiration? Register for award-winning writer and performance artist TS Hawkins’s workshop, Thrivin’ Ain’t Easy 101: Choreopoem Masterclass, to investigate how to find your voice and achieve peace of mind through poetic activities. Presented by Theatre Exile, this 90-minute virtual workshop will instruct participants on how to poetically explore, discover and embrace their intersectional identities in a safe, creative environment. Thrivin’ Ain’t Easy 101 will be limited to 10-12 people and requires attendees to bring an original poem or writing sample under the theme of “self-discovery” that will be shared, as a collective choreopoem, at the end of the workshop.
TS Hawkins (they/them) is an international author and performance poet best known for their poetry masterclass, Thrivin’ Ain’t Easy, a series of courses that infuses health, wellness, and activism through poetry. In addition to publishing many written works, Hawkins has traveled the world delivering powerful onstage performances praised by major publications, including BroadwayWorld, Philly Voice, NPR, WHYY, and Chicago Tribune. Hawkins currently serves as the Education Director at Philadelphia-based theatre company Theatre Exile. Read testimonials on TS Hawkins’s workshops here: http://www.tspoetics.com/p/masterclasses-workshops.html
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