Catch Elizabeth in online interviews, podcasts, online forums, participate in online workshops - And eventually when things are back to pre-pandemic status, catch her live on stage and at book events !
Online Workshop | The Magic of Solo Performance with Elizabeth McCain | Presented by JookMS | Sat., Sept. 19, 2020
Date And Time:
Sat, September 19, 2020
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
Join Elizabeth McCain for an afternoon exploring the magical process of creating and writing a powerful solo show. We’ll be exploring topics such as the origin story, narrative arc, vulnerability, humor, emotional self-care, and the healing and transformational journey of the performer.Buy Ticket | More Info
Virtual Show (Online) Presented by JookMS | Friday, Sept. 18, 2020
Date And Time: Fri, September 18, 2020
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
As we continue to live through the uncertainty with this pandemic, I realize the importance of reaching out to collaborate with others.
I am thrilled to let you know that I will be performing my one-woman show, A Lesbian Belle Tells OUT-rageous Southern Stories online, in partnership with a new, dynamic theater company, JOOKMS, on Friday, Sept. 18th, at 7:00 pm, EDT.
A series of conversations filled with synchronicity led me to connect with a talented Broadway experienced actor, director, singer, songwriter, Randy Redd, who co- founded this company with accomplished actor and long-time collaborator, Taylor Newby. It soon became apparent to me that JOOK and I believe in the power of storytelling and theater to help people connect with one another. I am so excited to be part of JOOK’s solo performance series! I will also be teaching an online workshop on solo performance on Sept. 19th.Buy Ticket Here | More Info
Monday, August 10, 2020. 2 PM EST | Podcast Interview
Interview on “I Love My Wife” Podcast with Kelli Carpenter and Anne Steele, 2:00-3:00pm, EST.
Sunday, August 9, 2020. | Part 1 of Two Part Zoom Workshop Series | Part 2 on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020
“Sharing & Reframing Our Stories: A Two Part Zoom Series with Elizabeth McCain.
"REGISTRATION REQUIRED: WORKSHOP FEE - 2 Sessions Advanced Price $40.00. (Advanced price expires Aug. 7th)
Presented through The Institute for Spiritual Development,a metaphysical church, 1:00 - 2:00 PM, EST.
When Elizabeth McCain talks, people listen. When she writes, people read. When she shares, people heal. And as Author, Playwright, Spiritual Counselor and Interfaith Minister, Elizabeth McCain (who is also an ISD member!) has answered the Call to synthesize her wisdom, compassion, intuition, creativity and humor, to help all us discover the power of our own stories, and the restorative impact those stories can have on our own lives and the lives of others. Join Elizabeth for this two-part Zoom series about developing stories from our life experiences, that reveal our best selves — even from our worst circumstances — and help us express our truth, values, strength and vitality.
Join Elizabeth for this two-part Zoom series about developing stories from our life experiences, that reveal our best selves — even from our worst circumstances — and help us express our truth, values, strength and vitality.
Part 1: "I'll Tell You Mine..."
Sunday, August 9, 1 - 2:30 p.m.
Elizabeth will read from her newly published memoir A Lesbian Belle Tells: OUTrageous Stories of Family, Loss, and Lovefollowing an interview with Rev. Rob Banaszak. A Lesbian Belle Tells is a memoir of stories and moments of growing up in Mississippi, coming out in DC, experiencing family rejection, and finding true love and belonging. Elizabeth also explores universal themes of family struggles, loss, forgiveness, and spirituality, which will entertain and inspire you, and provide story medicine for your soul. Buy A Lesbian Belle Tells on Amazon, for $16. www.alesbianbelletells.com, www.elizabethmccain.com
Elizabeth will conclude this session with an overview of the elements of effective storytelling, and will launch us on our own storytelling adventure that we will expand during Part 2 on August 23.
Part 2: "You Tell Us Yours!"
Sunday, August 23, 1 - 2:30 p.m.
Elizabeth invites us to share our stories of grief, gratitude and grace with one another.
During this difficult pandemic time of uncertainty and social distancing we have an opportunity to reflect on our difficult and meaningful personal stories of loss, love, family, and community. We'll learn how to share and reframe one of our own stories, with courage and vulnerability, and feel more connected to our community. Elizabeth will lead us on a journey of finding our voice, honing our message, and rediscovering our wholeness through the power of story.
Prerequisite-Elizabeth’s memoir, A Lesbian Belle Tells: OUTrageous Stories of Family, Loss, and Love available on smile.Amazon.com for $16 (make sure you select Institute for Spiritual Develepment as your choice of charity). Choose a chapter of the book that reminds you of one of your stories to craft and share.
Tuesday, August 4, 2020. 2 PM | Online Interview
Online Interview with Ginny Robertson, Founder of On Purpose Woman Community. Topic “Holding Grief and Gratitude During Difficult Times”, includes a reading from my memoir, A Lesbian Belle Tells OUTrageous Southern Stories of Family Loss, and Love. www.onpurposewomancommunity.com
Saturday, July 25, 2020. 7 PM | Online Writers Forum
LGBTQ + Featured Artist Forum: BE THE LIGHT, 7 PM EST.
An informative and provocative open forum with Mississippi-Made Writers Elizabeth McCain, John Bateman, Derek Van Barham, and Randy Redd. Discussion on inspiration, motivation, and imagination.
Virtual tickets are $5 (suggested donation) at fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jookms. You will get an email before the live online forum with the link to the YouTube livestream event