In this performance ritual, Pash shares about her own challenges to be at home in her body. She touches on issues faced by many in our western culture on the journey into, and through adulthood. She brings 18+ face masks to life as the embodiment of archetypal characters--such as the Rebel, Pleaser, Prostitute, and Saboteur--that are encountered both within and without. Traversing pleasure and peril, from promiscuity, to violence, to eating disorders, to nude modeling, the body is the landscape where inner and outer struggles converge. Pash offers hope that a way back to ourselves can be found by learning to listen and respond to our own inner calling, however strange its voice may seem.
After the performance part of this gathering, participants will be invited to share their own thoughts, stories and reflections related to the subject material.
Reservations recommended as seating is limited.
More info: http://www.unmaskit.com