REFLECT

REFLECT

REFLECT POST-SHOW PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Dive even deeper into the world of the play with the Lookingglass REFLECT Series! This specially-curated series of post-show conversations and panels offers audiences an opportunity to think, hear, and talk about the performance they just experienced. Come hear in-the-field experts offer their insights on the show’s themes and leading artists give a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the Lookingglass creative process.

REFLECT post-show discussions are free and open to the public, and take place directly following the 2PM matinee on select Sundays at Lookingglass Theatre.

ACT(S) OF GOD

REFLECT SCHEDULE:

SUNDAY, MARCH 3

Faith and (Dis)Belief

The characters in Act(s) of God express a range of opinions on the spectrum of
religious belief. Where do you sit on the metaphysical panorama? What is the difference between religion and spirituality? And how do we navigate these sometimes-tricky conversations with others?

SUNDAY, MARCH 10

It’s The End of the World As We Know It (Do You Feel Fine?)

Whether it’s a catastrophic flood, a glorious rapture, or a meteor crashing to Earth, humans have forecast the End of Days since the beginning of days. What’s behind the instinct to anticipate the end? Does it help or hinder planning for the future? What are some current theories about the fate of the earth?

SUNDAY, MARCH 17

Of God(s) and Gender(s)

The divine spirit takes many forms in various cultures around the world. Is there one god or many? Is the divine a he, she, they, or something else altogether? And what does that suggest about us mere mortals?

SUNDAY, MARCH 24

How (Not) To Have A Family Reunion

When adult children return home, fraught family history and emotional trip wires can litter the domestic landscape. Why does this happen, and how do we gracefully navigate those sharp glances, dodge those snarky comments, and fill those awkward silences?

SUNDAY, MARCH 31

Behind the Scene(s)

Join us for a conversation with the artists behind this World Premiere, as they talk about the journey from the kernel of an idea to its ultimate dazzling fruition onstage.

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