Performance Art teacher, Cynthia Waring, discusses memoir-based performance art that comes from one’s own life.

In this interview with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, Waring describes performance art as storytelling from a personal point of view, while adding other elements; perhaps including writing, poetry, drama, music and/or dance.

In this video, Waring also presents her own dramatic performance art piece, based upon her experience as a masseuse for 37 years. (To see only the performance art without the interview, click this link: Performance Art: I Never Meant to be a Masseuse).

In the interview, Waring discusses the universal experience of being a human and using one’s own life as subject matter to find out what living has given one to say.


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