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Place Post-Performance Q&A

An Illuminations Live Post-performance Q&A
Saturday, March 12, 2022, 10pm
Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley Campus

A live, in-person event.

Immediately following the performance of Place, producer Beth Morrison will moderate a Q&A with composer Ted Hearne, performer Isaiah Robinson, and other members of the cast and crew about the creation and production of Place. The conversation will be free to ticket-holders in person, and a recording of the Q&A will be published on our website within a few weeks following the event.

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Cal Performances 2021-22 Illuminations series of programming examines the fraught and often devastating effects of migration, exile, dislocations, and separation, on both hyper-local and international scales,  through five main stage performances and related online and in person programs with artists, creators, scholars, activists, and thinkers who are part of the outstanding brain trust that is the UC Berkeley community.

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Lead support for Illuminations is provided by the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation—empowering world-changing work.

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