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Elizabeth Doud

Elizabeth Doud has an arts background rooted in creative writing and contemporary performance, and over eighteen years experience as an arts organizer and educator, with an emphasis on international cultural exchange. She is also generative interdisciplinary artist who actively tours performance work, and is a tenacious champion of creating and protecting the space to experiment and experience contemporary performance. She has written, produced, and toured dozens of original performance works, ranging from one-woman literary-collage-baking-extravaganzas to full-blown capoeira pop-operas, and is currently producing Climakaze, an arts and climate change performance and dialogue platform and creating a related performance entitled The Mermaid Tear Factory. She was the Artistic Director of MDC’s Cultura del Lobo Performance Series from 2009-2011, and currently coordinates the Performing Americas Program of the NPN, an international cultural exchange initiative with Latin America and the Caribbean. Presently, she is pursuing a PhD in Performing Arts at the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil.  

Theatre in the Age of Climate Change Convening
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Theatre in the Age of Climate Change Convening

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Emerson College

Friday 8 June to Sunday 10 June 2018
Boston, MA, United States
Walking The Awkwardly Heroic Yet Often Depressing Path of Near Impossible Catastrophe Evasion Through Kick-Ass Poetics
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Walking The Awkwardly Heroic Yet Often Depressing Path of Near Impossible Catastrophe Evasion Through Kick-Ass Poetics

24 April 2015

Elizabeth Doud addresses the emergency of climate change and the need for a poetics to shift consciousness.