Classical music performances aren't what they used to be. Gone are the staid, starched affairs many still (incorrectly) associate with symphony and ensemble concerts, replaced these days with events like the Symphony's pop-up concerts, the latest of which takes place this week.
Last year, Ex Fabula created the Fellowship, a diverse group of community members who prepare stories about privilege, oppression and race, and share them in hopes of inspiring a dialogue. Now, they're looking for applications for the Fellowship's second year.
There is no such thing as TMI in the increasingly popular world of storytelling. On stage, people are just as likely to speak about failures, heartbreaks or faux pas as thrilling or enlightening experiences.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports that Ex Fabula, a local storytelling organization that began in 2009, created a new storytelling fellowship focused on privilege and oppression that hopes to help create a citywide conversation about race.
Dasha Kelly is a powerhouse of creativity, action and compassion. She is an accomplished writer, spoken word artist, mentor and more. OnMilwaukee.com recently caught up with Kelly and talked about her past, her present and her future.
Friday August 30th, 2013 – Libertyville, IL If for only one time in my life I’d love to know what it’s like to be in the right place at the right time. I certainly know all too well from a pantsload of personal experience what it feels like to be off the r...