The Haze + Panel Discussion

Co-hosted by Fiona Ma and Patricia Lurie

Thursday, Jun, 12 2014 05:30 PM

Please join us for an evening of excerpts from The Haze, a new play written and performed by Heather Marlowe.
Panel discussion immediately following with ABC Investigative Producer Jim O'Donnell, Shaina Brown of California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and Suzy Loftus, a former San Francisco Prosecuting Attorney.

5:30 - 6:15 Drinks and Bites
6:15 -7:15 The Haze
7:20 - Panel Discussion

All tax deductible proceeds will go toward a full production of The Haze in Fall, 2014.
5% will be donated to The Grateful Garment Project - So that no victim of sexual assault ever lacks clothing to wear home.

Host Committee
Jeffrey Dean Joseph Brown
Suzette Clarke
Sheila Fine
Albert Guibara
Lisa Goldman
Tom A Hsieh
Patricia Lurie
Fiona Ma
John Maria
Jan Reicher
JaMel Perkins

About The Haze:
The Haze was written in 2012 and has been presented in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York with the intent of a full production at a regional theater in 2014-15.
The Haze is a recent recipient of The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts grant in San Francisco.
Additional supporters of The Haze include: San Francisco Women Against Rape, Shalom Bayit – San Francisco, The Center For Investigative Reporting, Human Rights Watch, 5 Rhythms Global, and Actual Films.

Performer Bio
Heather Marlowe (Performer/Playwright) is a multi-talented performer and playwright. She has been performing musically and as a solo theater artist at venues in Los Angeles and San Francisco since 2007. She has studied theater and dance with Kristin Linklater, Paul Binnerts, Gabrielle Roth, Nina Wise, Martha Rynberg, W. Kamau Bell, Simone Forti, and Anna Halprin. Heather has trained with Steve Gardner and Irene Sazar on violin, and vocally with Raz Kennedy. She has studied playwriting, screenwriting, poetry, and creative nonfiction with Carolyn See, Hal Ackerman, Dee Caruso, and Liz Rosner. Heather has a B.A. from UCLA.

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