Inspiring Life and Love


A Finished Heart


explores love, relationships,

intimacy and communication

​regardless of sexual orientation

Applications

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Improving our society's ability to engage emotionally with end-of-life experience is essential as we care for one another in our families and communities.


Improving a culture of LGBT inclusion is essential in the fields of health care, social services, business, law, government, education and the military.


Each performance of A Finished Heart creates a powerful, innovative event that increases empathy with same-sex couples and serves as a catalyst for personal growth as we experience the intimacy of caregiving and dying in an atmosphere of love.

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A Finished Heart brings audience members to deeply connect with the author, with their own emotions and

with each other.


Workshops are available to further explore themes of the performance. Facilitators affiliated with your organization or professionals of your choice are welcome to lead these educational opportunities.


A Finished Heart has received enthusiastic support and praise from individuals, granting organizations and

non-profits since 2009. In 2016, the work was invited for inclusion in New York's United Solo Festival. It has been utilized for continuing education approved by the National Association of Social Workers.

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  • models deeply empathic communication for nurses, physicians, social workers, counselors, family caregivers, bereavement professionals, health care educators and volunteers, college and high school students
  • creates in-depth conversations about death, loss and grief
  • provides an emotional resource for grieving adults, teens and families
  • opens discussions about experiencing terminal illness, palliative care and medical aid in dying
  • leads to greater  community acceptance and appreciation of diversity
  • improves LGBT inclusion within colleges, universities, high schools, corporations and diverse professional fields
  • gives hope and a model of relationship to LGBT youth and individuals struggling with identity