Recording at Belmont Media Center on Tuesday, September 6 at 3 pm
Host Emily Kearns will interview the following guests on the role art can play in healing
Barbara Bourgeois joins us to discuss her role as a family caregiver in the recent play iloveyouiloveyouIloveyoutoo , a music drama written and directed by Alan O’Hare by and presented by Elizabeth Seton Residence and Life Story Theatre.
Barbara Bourgeois has been acting in and around the Boston area for over 30 years. Some of her favorite roles include Jenny in“A Murder of Crows” with Quannapowitt Players, Abby in “Arsenic and Old Lace” with Spotlight Playhouse and Betty in “The Foreigner” with Acting Out Theater. She has also been seen in film, TV commercials and training videos.
Audrey Albert King DMT, CMA, MA in Dance education. Audrey has been working in various school systems throughout her life as a dance educator and now as a Dance/movement therapist. She is passionate about providing mental health care to those in need. Audrey also works in the memory unit at an assisted living facility in Brookline, MA, where she adores her clients. She has presented at several conferences. Most of her workshops focus on the use of movement and poetry. Audrey is also a certified Nia instructor. Audrey also facilitates at Memory Cafes — gatherings for individuals living with memory challenges and their families and caregivers providing food and fun in a normal, cafe environment. Audrey facilitates joy and connection through movement, song, and poetry providing nourishing fun and respite for all cafe participants. A list of Memory Cafes in Massachusetts is available here.