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The Best Ends of Life Are Planned

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The Best Ends of Life Are Planned

  • The Bryant Lake Bowl 810 West Lake Street Minneapolis, MN, 55408 United States (map)

Brenda Hartman, Healing Through Life Counseling, 2017 Bush Fellow
Ann McIntosh MD, BSN, FACEP, Emergency Physician, Speaker, and Educator   

We’re ending our season with a show about endings. All of us (hopefully after a long and laugh-filled life) will pass on. Planning for our own or our loved one’s end of life can be intimidating, scary, and ultimately one of the most important ways to ensure a peaceful last chapter. We will talk with two women working to change the culture of fear around end-of-life care and planning. A truly important conversation for us all–except maybe vampires.

TICKETS: $12 IN ADVANCE, OR AT THE DOOR WITH A FRINGE BUTTON · $15 AT THE DOOR WITH NO DISCOUNT.

Doors at 6:00pm, Show at 7:00pm

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   “This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.”

“This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.”

What is the show?

Our interview based show is a powerful medium for exploring issues and bringing them to life using theater. All of the ideas and challenges brought up in this conversation serve as the inspiration for the improvised scenes to follow. The improvisers tasks are not to make light of the issues or mock the players involved. Instead, scenes make the previous conversation come to life with living, breathing characters in the situations described. It’s a show unlike any other.

WATCH THIS VIDEO TO LEARN MORE.

Earlier Event: May 21
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