After watching a live reading with professional actors of the new short film, Grief: A Comedy, we’ll delve into some of the ways we do – and don’t – communicate around grief and loss. We’ll discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of the film’s conversations and then we’ll work on building our own skills with a communication expert
Kathleen Wallace is an actress, writer, producer, and facilitator whose work spans both the entertainment and corporate worlds. Her short film GRIEF: A COMEDY was recently selected for the Stowe Story Labs - Sidewalk Narrative Lab. Notable work includes her series SETTLING UP, which is available on Amazon, and her feminist comedy series THE EVAGELISTS, about evangelists for feminism, which was a finalist in the Raindance Pilot Competition and won a Made In NY Women’s Fund grant. She has facilitated classes and conversations for organizations like the Yale Alumni Association, World50, and Google. Kathleenwallace.com.