An Incredibly Human Thing
Featuring the stories of Lansing’s Health Care Professionals
Curated and created by Morgan Bowen
Directed by Blake Bowen
Performed at McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital, 3520 Forest Rd, Lansing, MI 48910
Tickets are free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Please indicate which evening and the number of tickets requested at the PURCHASE TICKETS button below.
About this Production
Peppermint Creek partners with local health care professionals to create an original and personal new production featuring the voices of Lansing’s health care professionals.
This year’s VOICES arm of our mission focuses on the stories of our community’s nurses, doctors, CNAs, med tech’s and all those working in health care. The reality of the world today, in the time of COVID, is that the story of the health profession has evolved and has fundamentally changed the healthcare world. An almost aggressive, violent approach from the public toward health care workers has taken over and changed individuals’ thoughts about what they want to do with their lives. Yet still, at it’s very core, the health profession is just one person trying to help another person.
Peppermint Creek will interview this vital part of our workforce and their stories will be turned into a theatrical production that will be honest, personal, uplifting, and immediate. Audiences won’t want to miss this completely original documentary style theatrical experience, featuring those individuals interviewed.
This production will be performed at McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital, 3520 Forest Rd, Lansing, MI 48910.
All performances will begin at 7pm. Performances are free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Reserve tickets above.
NOTE: Thursday May 11 and Saturday May 13 are SOLD OUT.
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