Now that the Terrain Project has completed its highly successful sister piece, the Terrain Project Performance, a multimedia dance show, it’s time to move into the next phase. Working with a team of fantastic women writers - with Sharon Slayton taking the lead - Johanna Uribes is currently creating a new, monologue-styled theater piece called the Terrain Project – Women’s Stories at Midlife. She is also painting an entirely new set of original paintings to accompany the incredible stories she is collecting. Watch for this amazing new part of the Terrain Project to arrive in the San Francisco Bay Area in the Spring of 2013.
Do you have interesting stories to tell about your life’s adventures, struggles and triumphs? You could be the next Terrain Project Woman. Becoming a part of The Terrain Project is now easier than ever. We are about to add a new feature that will allow you to add your story to the Terrain Project website, for possible inclusion in our upcoming theater production.
You may either tell your interesting story or you can answer the questions below.
1. What is your age and how do you feel about the way you look at this point in your life?
2. How are you affected by anti-aging product advertising?
3. In what cultural role do you see yourself right now? (career title, wife, partner, mother, sister, friend, caregiver) Has this changed over time?
4. Have you accomplished what you had hoped to by this time in your life? What helped or prevented you from doing this?
5. What has been the biggest challenge you have had to face?
6. Is there anything you would change in your life if it was easy to do so?
7. What are you most proud of in your life right now?
8. How do you view the aging process? (positive, negative, inevitable, etc.)
9. What words of wisdom do you live by?
10. Where do you find joy in your life now?
11. Do you feel like you are still growing emotionally?
12. Where do you see yourself five years from now?
Thanks in advance for your participation!
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