Playing Saturday April 22nd & 29th at 7:00 PM.
Tickets are $8 advance, $10 door.
Misadventures, near-calamities and brushes with death—all true, all hilarious, and all of which fill the listener with wonder… as in, “I wonder how any of us survives?”
Encounters with wildlife and nature’s fury, with human predators, bullies and psychopaths, and with (perhaps the most daunting of all forces) the fearful Self all unfold set in landscapes of the American West and in small towns and major cities around the world. Goodwin looks for and ultimately finds meaning and a sense of belonging (if not security) in human relationships, in stories—and in an acceptance of time, physics, and other comfortingly familiar, observable phenomena and processes.
Janna L. Goodwin (Writer/Performer)
Janna L. Goodwin (Writer / Performer) is a playwright, performer of comic, narrative solo work, director and an associate professor of communication. She is an alumna of the National Shakespeare Conservatory, one of the 1991 founders of the Ko Festival of Performance at Amherst, a former member of a variety of improv and sketch ensembles, and a longtime facilitator/director of devised and community-based work, particularly using personal narratives, comedy, performance approaches and dialogue to illuminate complex questions and aspects of our individual, social, professional and civic experiences that matter. Her work has been seen in New York, throughout New England, and in the Denver-Metro area, where she has lived since 2003. She is on faculty in the Department of Communication and also teaches for the Mile High MFA (Creative Writing) Program, both at Regis University.