THE POWER OF CREATIVITY TELESUMMIT: A FREE Event February 2-9, 2014 with over 15 interviews with master practitioners who are using the arts to change the world. To reserve your spot for this free event, click HERE
Join Suraya and co-host Nicki Koethner for FREE and listen in on interviews with over 15 master practitioners who are using the arts to change the world! The POWER OF CREATIVITY TELESUMMIT takes place February 2-9, 2014, and is available to anyone who has phone or Skype connection around the world.
Suraya is thrilled to have toured her one woman show in California and New York City this fall! Stay tuned for future show dates!
A SOLO PERFORMANCE by Suraya Keating
Directed by Joya Cory
In this very poignant true-to-life solo performance, Suraya dives into her experiences with death, drug addicts, family secrets, shamanism and the search for home in a global world. Stay tuned for the next show date, and join Suraya as she journeys through the underworld of secrets, lies, hope and possibility, using humor and heart-wrenching honesty as she searches for what home is really all about. Performance is 1 hour.
WHAT FOLKS SAY about From Prison to Peru: A White Girl’s Journey Home:“From Prison to Peru: A White Girl’s Journey Home was funny, sad and very inspiring! It really touched me. Suraya has such a talent at storytelling and so much courage. Thank you! Thank you!” - Riva Joyce Bobrowsky “The show was so moving, courageous, vulnerable and beautiful and touched my soul very deeply.” – Heather Singh “Suraya has many great stories to tell and is a very enticing performer.” – Mary Knoll, Actress, AEA
PARALLEL PLAY: ORIGINAL THEATER INSPIRED by MERCHANT OF VENICE
November 8, 2013 at 11am
San Quentin State Prison
Performed by inmates in the Shakespeare at San Quentin Program
Directed by Suraya Keating and Lesley Currier
Produced by Marin Shakespeare Company
After a powerful performance of “Merchant of Venice” this spring, incarcerated men at San Quentin State Prison performed powerful, from-the-heart original theater pieces based on four themes they selected from “Merchant of Venice:” hatred of others, different perspectives, forgiveness, and love.
TO SEE KTVU news video coverage of the show, click HERE.
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