Location: Gage Hall 4 Archdale St, Charleston, SC 29401
Doors Open at 4:30 pm
Presentation begins promptly at 5:00 pm
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This 2019 Gradiva Award winning performance is a dramatic retelling of an important period in early psychoanalytic history and addresses the pivotal role played by female analyst, Sabina Speilrein. The goal, first and foremost, is to accurately represent Sabina Spielrein and her neglected psychoanalytic contributions. The performance is based upon painstaking research of the letters of Spielrein, Freud and Jung, Spielrein’s diaries and papers, as well as other biographical sources. In addition, the performance traces her remarkable and tragic life story, and clarifies the myths that surround her, and her complex relationships with Freud and Jung. In doing so, my mission is to expand others’ knowledge of important, and often neglected women in our history by bringing them alive onstage. Careful scholarship, of late, refutes the pop culture tale of Spielrein, and allows for this nuanced portrayal of a remarkable, undervalued figure in psychoanalysis.
Sarah Berry-Tschinkel, LCSW, LP (Sabina Spielrein, Author/Performer) is a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice, maintaining offices in downtown Manhattan, as well as the Hudson River town of Cold Spring, NY. She holds degrees from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Drama Dept., Smith College School for Social Work, and the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association. She has served on the Steering Committee of the JPA, as well as in other administrative capacities. Sarah was a professional actress for over 10 years and maintains union affiliations with SAG and Equity. She has been a long-standing contributor to the ART/New York series on contemporary art and artists, creating text and providing on camera narration for over 20 programs. Sarah was recently featured in a plenary performance at The Art & Psyche Conference at UC-Santa Barbara, as well as in Siracusa, Sicily. She has presented and performed at Smith College’s 2018 Centennial Celebration, IFPE in Pasadena, CA,
The Charleston Jung Society, The Freud Museum, London, and in many New York venues.
Refreshments and Continuing Education Credit included. We look forward to seeing you there!
Parking available nearby at ABM or Majestic Parking Garages. Limited street parking. Church Parking is by permit only.
100% of the proceeds go towards future Carl Jung inspired programs offered in the Charleston community.
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