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NEW! Read about Elaine's new play, "Skin and Bones" here.

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Elaine Blanchard, storyteller, actor and writer, has written a play,
"For Goodness Sake," with David Prete.
Based on a true story, Blanchard and Prete have created a powerful solo performance showing the effects of oppression (sexual, religious and racial) on one human being. The story involves fourteen characters and Blanchard performs all of the roles. A compelling performer, Elaine invites the audience to go with her on a journey of redemption and transformation. CONTINUE READING AND WATCH VIDEO

Read about Elaine's new project "Prison Stories" and the recent articles in The Memphis Daily News and The Commercial Appeal and feaures on NPR and WKNO 91.1. Read the article in the Memphis Flyer about how Elaine uses art to create community and connect people with a creative process.  Listen and learn more about Prison Stories on Chatterbox Audio Theater.



Elaine won the 2011 Jefferson Award for Public Service in Memphis and received the Upstander Award from Facing History and Ourselves learn more.

Elaine was awarded the Woman of Vision Award for 2014 from Memphis’ Women of Achievement.
 

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upcoming shows

Elaine is facilitating a 12-week series of storytelling workshops with the clients at Memphis’ Friends For Life. (www.FriendsForLifeCorp.Org Friends For Life is a nonprofit service organization for people living with HIV and AIDS.) The clients will tell their stories and professional actors from the Memphis theater community will perform those stories.
Positive Stories” will be performed at St Mary’s Cathedral (located at 700 Poplar Ave.) on Saturday evening, July 26 at 8:00.  Admission is free.


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