Genevieve Saenz loves trashy tv, gardening, travel, and ghost stories. She has been some part if the Testify team since the start. Genevieve is in private practice as a teaching artist, celebrant, and psychotherapist. She works with people in the midst of life transitions; helping them engage in conscious creative change. Find out more and follow her blog at PassageWayArts.com.
Tonight, Genevieve will tell a tale of strong personalities and shifting perspective in her piece A View of the Bridge.
Dave Ronn is a Software Developer and local improviser who just traveled the globe for a year. A native Austinite, you can find him playing guitar on his back porch or in the upcoming improvised show Buddy Cop, playing Saturdays at 6:00 PM from May 27th to June 17th at the Hideout Theater. He spent December 2015 in France, three weeks of which were in Calais, near the channel to England.
We’re so happy to have Dave tell his story, That One Time at a Refugee Camp
Brian Grosz is a man who makes things. Whether it’s a meal, a painting, a story, or just causing a general ruckus laden with profanity, he’s proud of his work. You can order his book at briangrosz.com/squalor. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @doctorgrosz.
We’re happy to have him back on our stage this Thursday night for his story of Scout Law titled: Burbank.