Daring to Hope at the Cliff’s Edge
by Elizabeth Glenn-Copeland
Elizabeth Glenn-Copeland is an author and theatre artist whose career has evolved at the intersection of arts and activism. Performance credits include touring with Second City, playing Arkadina in The Seagull (Toronto Summerworks), and with the Honolulu Symphony, playing the Witch in Hansel and Gretel. Her written work has appeared in Resilience Journal, The Furious Gazelle and Deep Times Journal, among others. Her novella, JAZZ: Nature’s Improvisation was shortlisted for the 2015 ReLit Award. As Writer-in-Residence at the Joggins Fossil Institute, she wrote “Daring to Hope at the Cliff’s Edge: Pangea’s Dream Remembered”, later taking this work on the road with husband Beverly Glenn-Copeland at the Dawson City Music Festival, Folk on the Rocks, and MoMA PS1 in NYC.