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October 20th 2015:Sharing Your Story and Healing Your Life

Many people have traumatic experiences during childhood and must then deal with shame, loss, hostility, and other complex ramifications. Feeling poisoned by their own anger or constrained by a victim mindset, some struggle to forgive what seems unforgivable. For Brenda Adelman the personal trauma included her father killing her mother. Then, making matters worse, he married Brenda’s aunt. Brenda had to deal with this internally. Writing her story just for herself was one step toward healing. Performing it as a one-woman show gave others permission to tell their stories and so begin shedding th

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Brenda Adelman

Brenda Adelman received a best actor award from the Zaki Gordan Institute for “Daddy’s Girl,” a short film based on her one-woman show, “My Brooklyn Hamlet: A Meshugenah True Story.” She has performed “My Brooklyn Hamlet” in London, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and elsewhere in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Michigan, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. Audiences have included the public, women in prison, people in spiritual communities, women’s groups, college students and faculty, and other groups. Brenda has also performed at International Theatre Festivals in England and Austria. She is the recipient of a Hero of Forgiveness award from The Hawaii International Forgiveness Project and has be
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