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Grief Work, an Original Choreopoem by Kenza Benazzouz ’24
November 11, 2023 • 7:30 pmFree
Grief Work is an original choreopoem conceived, written, and directed by Princeton senior Kenza Benazzouz, that asks: What is grief? Through poetic monologues, scenes, and movements, Grief Work examines how we experience loss throughout our lives. The choreopoem follows five individuals as they share their experiences with non-traditional forms of grief, including nostalgic, anticipatory, and imagined grief. By drawing attention to the different ways that grief can manifest, this work leads us toward redefining our notion of grief and shows us how we can heal from our losses.
Tickets & Details
Performances are free and open to the public; advance tickets encouraged. Get tickets through University Ticketing
Get directions to the Drapkin Studio, located on the second level of the Wallace Dance Building at the Lewis Arts complex.
The Drapkin Studio is an accessible venue with an assistive listening system. Guests in need of other access accommodations are invited to contact the Lewis Center at least one week in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.