The Show is On: 9/12/01 with Tricia Brouk. “Art Gives You Permission to Receive Beauty.”
In this episode Tricia Brouk discusses what it was like to witness the worst terror attack in US history and the impact it had on her. On Sept. 12th the producer called and said “the show is on.” In this vulnerable conversation we discuss the impact of trauma and life pre and post 9/11. Tricia shares her thoughts on how art can heal after tragedy. THe ripple effect of traumatic events is undeniable.
Tricia Brouk is an international award winning director. She is works in theater, film and television.
In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, she applies her expertise to the art of public speaking. She’s the executive producer of Speakers Who dare, a TEDx producer. She choreographed Black Box on ABC, The Affair on Showtime, Rescue Me on Fox, and John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes, where she was awarded a Golden Thumb Award from Roger Ebert. The series Sublets, won Best Comedy at the Vancouver Web-Festival. She curates and hosts the Speaker Salon in NYC, The Big Talk an award winning podcast on iTunes and directs and produces The Big Talk Over Dinner a new tv series. She was recently awarded Top Director of 2019 by the International Association of Top Professionals and her documentary Right Livelihood A Journey to Here about the Buddhist Chaplain at Riker’s Island won Best Documentary Short at The Olympus Film Festival and You’re Gorgeous, I Love Your Shirt, An Inside Look at Bullying and Mental Health have both been submitted for an Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science.
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