When: Sat., March 25, 4-5 p.m. 2017
For centuries women have gathered together in domestic spaces to seek community and to problem solve. To have a talk at the kitchen table means engaging in trusted, frank conversation among friends and family—among those one can trust and count on to provide positive feedback. In this audience participatory experience, Tanya Augsburg plays the role of moderator, “rolestorming” Barbara Walters. She invites participants to choose an “identity.” As that “identity,” she asks participants to identify a current political concern for women, follow a series of instructions, and answer questions that culminate in a face-to face kitchen table talk.