“It’s nerve is undeniable.”
-The Village Voice
“Sara Juli gives of herself.”
-The New York Times
“A gutsier look at self worth…”
– Gia Kourlas, The New York Times (on The Money Conversation)
“A light of the downtown dance and theatre scene”
-The New Yorker
Death is scary, awkward, fearsome and inevitable-we have no choice but to face our ultimate fate. Following the success of her internationally acclaimed show, ‘The Money Conversation’, Juli asks her audience to address the one thing we all can’t escape.
With her unique arsenal of movement, spoken word, and song Sara confronts the universal demon. Let’s talk about death. No, really. Let’s face it, deal with it, think about it, laugh about it and really talk about it. In other words, let’s not change the subject. In a society that focuses all its attention on staying young, where graveyards are far removed and called the more innocuous cemeteries and “resting places,” the question is not how do we deal with death – but do we deal with death at all?
Listen to an interview with Sara Juli on the InfiniteBody Podcast
Photo courtesy of Andrea Fischman
Oct 24-Nov 2
Tickets from $20
$10 (P.S. 122 members)