Following the Bioethics Research Showcase Gallery and Reception is a one-night only showing of Derangements: Putting the Unthinkable on Stage, a series of short plays and performances inspired by our changing climate.
The Bioethics Research Showcase at Georgetown University is a juried exhibition of student work in a variety of categories and disciplines, situated at the intersection of the many topics in the ethics of health, the environment, and emerging technologies that comprise the field of bioethics. Work will be displayed in the Healey Family Student Center (Great Room), with an awards ceremony on the evening of the 10th and a stage performance on the evening of the 11th.
A stage reading of a new play by Second City's Katie Watson brings issues of slavery, reparations, and the ethics of organ donation to the fore as part of this year's Bioethics Research Showcase.
The Georgetown Disability Studies Initiative presents an evening of dance, demonstration, and discussion. An ASL interpretation will be provided and the event is wheelchair accessible.
Storytellers from Story District break the taboo and speak openly about life with a mental illness, followed by Q&A.
A moving cross-cultural exploration of the transgender experience by playwright-actor Mashuq Deen, to close the second full day of the Undergraduate Bioethics Research Showcase.