Christine Jugueta  |  Performance & BREAKOUT Session

Statera Foundation is excited to host the inaugural performance of, "The Red Thread", created and performed by Christine Jugueta and directed by Jacqueline Stone on Thursday, October 4, 2018. Christine will be joined by Belinda Yamate (Vocalist, Co-Producer), Emily Kneisler (Stage Manager, Production Assistant), Grover Hollway (Sound), Magdalena Sustere (Cellist, Bassist), Marcya Daneille (Vocalist), Mitch Shiner (Vibraphonist, Percussionist, Bassist), Penny Larson (Drummer, Percussionist) and Stephanie Lippert (Keyboardist, Vocalist).  

Also, Christine joins Omehra Sigahne, and Letecia Layson for a breakout session called "The Red Thread:  Sacred theatre, Indigenous Wisdom, and the Goddess Movement as Tools for Shifting the Leadership Paradigm"

About this session: Following the ideal of change as a process that begins with us/within, this session makes distinctions between different styles of leadership and looks at ways to transform our thinking around it. Through simple and soulful sharing and meditations on the inherent leadership of the earth, this workshop will guide participants in weaving a tapestry for a new possibility.  If you are looking for ways to transcend the battles (even if only occasionally) that occur in our communities of leadership, this workshop is for you.  

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About Christine

Christine Arranz Jugueta is a sacred artist with roots in Regional and Off-Broadway theatre.  She received her training at Andover Newton Theological School, PCPA (Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts), Boston Conservatory, the PTTP (University of Delaware's former Professional Theatre Training Program) and NYU's Steinhardt School of Education, and holds an MA in Educational Theatre and a BFA in Musical Theater. She is also a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, new-world music artist, former consultant for the Episcopal Church and an ordained interfaith minister.  

She has been a company member at the Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theatre Company and The Public, and has directed special presentations at Grace Cathedral and the San Francisco Asian Arts Museum.  Recent audiences know her for her acclaimed performances as Bloody Mary in South Pacific at the Utah Shakespeare Festival and Clarence Brown Theatre.  Favorite projects include Lolita Luna in Dogeaters (directed by Michael Greif), Susie in Wit (with the RSC's Lisa Harrow) and Lady/Lord Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (directed by Erica Schmidt).  

Christine has a deep interest in honoring the indigenous wisdom of her ancestors in the Philippines and has been involved in various efforts for the last 8 years to support artistry from this orientation.

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