Holiday Retirement disrupts aging as 2017 ChangingAging Tour sponsor
Now in its third year, the Dr. Bill Thomas’ ChangingAging Tour turns the conversation about growth and aging on its head. In the unconventional pairing of a physician, Dr. Thomas, and a musician, Nate Silas Richardson, this unlikely duo engages the audience with lively nonfiction theater performances.
The 2017 tour will feature two unique and powerful performances:
An immersive and transformational experience, Disrupt Dementia sheds light on what we can learn from people living with dementia in a blend of live music and storytelling. Humanitarian and refugee Samite Mulondo joins musicians, Richardson and Namarah McCall, for an enlightening performance co-hosted by Dr. Jennifer Carson and Kyrié Carpenter. This is not an attempt to discuss the treatment of dementia, but rather to change our culture and explore how we can all live well.
Aging: Life's Most Dangerous Game
Mixing music, storytelling and poetry in a lighthearted manner, Dr. Thomas and his team assert just how "crazy" our culture's perspective on aging can be. Rather than seeing it as a process of decline, tour guests will discover how to approach aging with enthusiasm. Aging: Life’s Most Dangerous Game is a 90-minute journey into disrupting the current perception of age and aging.
The exploration doesn’t stop at the performances. In between shows, guests can engage with one another to discuss the performances and share their thoughts on how aging is viewed in today’s culture.
Find out if this year's ChangingAging Tour is coming to a city near you at changingaging.org/tour.