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Laura Zam

Laura Zam is an award-winning writer and performer.  Recent praise in the Washington post described her work as “beautiful,” smart,” and “funny.” To date, Laura has created five one-person plays, which she has performed Off-Broadway, internationally, and across the US, including Woolly Mammoth, Theater J, The Kennedy Center, and The National Theatre. Through her award-winning play Collaterally Damaged, Laura raises awareness about genocide while raising money for genocide survivors throughout the world.   Also a certified yoga instructor, facilitator, and arts educator, Laura has worked with trauma and war survivors all over the world, including teens from the Middle East, wounded soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and survivors of sexual abuse. She has also taught at Brown University, UC Berkeley and George Mason University. Informed by her work with artists and traumatized populations, Laura teaches creative people how to empower themselves and make a living doing what they love. For more information, check out

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