October 19, 2017, 7-9PM: Dying to Live Workshop and Cabaret

Cynthia & Stephen Cabaret

In keeping with InterPlay Pittsburgh’s theme of “Dealing with the Tough Stuff,”  join leaders, Sheila Collins and Lynn Coghill, and other troupe members for a not-to-be-missed workshop by Co-Founder of InterPlay, Cynthia Winton-Henry, and Hospice Chaplain, Stephen Winton-Henry, from Oakland, California on their US Tour.

Thursday, October 19, 7-9pm,  Persad Center, 5301 Butler Street, Pittsburgh PA 15201 (free, easy parking!)

Suggested donation at the door $10/person.

For more information, or to reserve a seat, contact Sheila Collins: sheilacollins@yahoo.com, 817.706-4967

Here’s what to expect:

Some of us don’t plan on living forever. But what do we know about dying?  Rev. Stephen Winton-Henry, hospice chaplain-grief educator and Cynthia Winton-Henry, cofounder of InterPlay are dying to live. Good at helping people get into and out of their bodies, in the Dying to Live Tour and Cabaret they share lessons and welcome wisdom around the biggest dance we do: Live and Die. Using the old ways of music, stories, and dance we’ll Toast one another, write our names in the book of life and touch on the four key body wisdoms of the Dying to Live Cabaret.

  • Death role at the sacred center of life
  • Death is not a solo dance
  • Death requires a band of angels
  • We have an obligation to die well

Stephen Winton-Henry has served as a hospice chaplain, spiritual care manager, pastor, and grief educator since the 1970’s. Losing a parent at a young age initiated him in the need for spiritual companionship through life and death. He is a graduate from Foothill Theater Conservatory, an InterPlay leader, avid reader, and amateur ukulele and guitar player always ready to hang out and play.

Cynthia Winton-Henry, cofounder of InterPlay & host of the Hidden Monastery, a virtual community of prayerful mystics and artists, Cynthia taught at Pacific School of Religion, has produced The Unbelievable Beauty of Being Human concert worldwide, Changing the Race Dance Workshops and Art and Social Change for millennials. Her books include Move: What the Body Wants, Dance: the Sacred Art, and Chasing the Dance of Life