One voice can open a mind, touch a heart, even change the world.
Pulitzer Prize-finalist Dael Orlandersmith’s Until the Flood is an important meditation on the impact a single voice can have—for ourselves and for others—in the wake of tragedy. This month, we explore the powerful spell that solo work can cast.
For the past 11 years, we have been honored to collaborate with Dael Orlandersmith, a writer-performer with an uncanny ability to portray characters who differ from her not only in age, gender, and race, but also in worldview.
From Tulsa, Oklahoma to a Civil War battlefield and beyond, this summer the participants of GeNarrations—the Goodman’s storytelling performance workshop for adults 55+—explored “Stories of the Systems that Built Us.”