Listening for a Change: Memphis Matters


7 PM at TheatreSouth in First Congregational Church

Join Playback Memphis for a special performance of Mental Health Matters. This performance is presented in partnership with Humanities Tennessee, the Kindred Place and Youth Villages. Following the performance, there will be a Talk Back that allows time for reflection and dialogue about the power of the arts to strengthen community well being, mental health, and social healing facilitated by Jennifer Balink of a Kindred Place. Participants include Virginia Murphy, Playback Memphis Founder and Executive Director, and Chesney Snow, Drama Desk award winning, New York based theater artist, poet, educator, and premiere human beatbox/ vocal percussionist.

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Tennessee Arts Commission
Arts Memphis

Playback Memphis is proud to be supported by Arts Memphis, the Tennessee Arts Commission, the First Tennessee Foundation, the Plough Foundation, the Thomas W. Briggs Foundation, and the Assisi Foundation of Memphis
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