The Wilmette Theatre in Association with Make It Better Presents SEX & THE SUBURBS - LIVE!f eaturing columnist Marjie Killeen
A show about sexing it up after you've settled down! We all watched Sex and The City, now turn off the TV for the new Sex and The SUBURBS--the Make It Better relationship column brought to life at The Wilmette Theatre for a monthly series of panel discussions with local experts and hosted by the writer of the column herself, Marjie Kileen. You can read Sex & The Suburbs online HERE, and be sure to catch this clip from the premeire show HERE!
This month: Bridging the Male/Female Divide - How to Get What You Really Want for the Holidays
Thursday, November 29 @ 7:30pm
Tickets available online at www.wilmettetheatre.com or call Box Office at 847-251-7424
Sex & the Suburbs LiveHow to Get What You Really Want for the Holidays
Panelist Bios for Show 3- 11/29/12
Marjie Killeen is a freelance writer and author of the award-winning column “Sex & the Suburbs” for Make It Better Magazine. She began writing about sex and relationships in her blog fortyfabulous.com, which centers on the unexpected joys of life after 40. Marjie spent her forties getting her Masters degree, singing in a rock band, producing a local access TV show, and hamming it up in community theatre. She’s a fan of pursuits that make women feel more excited and vibrant in middle age - sex definitely qualifies. Marjie has a MS in Written Communication from National Louis University and a BBA with a concentration in Marketing from the University of Michigan. She lives in Wilmette with her hunky Irish husband, Liam, and their two teenage children.
Arthur Nielsen, M.D. is a full-time, practicing psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and couples therapist. He is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine, on the faculty at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis where he is currently teaching a course on psychoanalytic couples therapy, and a faculty member at Northwestern's Family Institute in Evanston. He is the author of thirty published professional papers in the fields of psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and education. For the past 10 years, he has been the coordinator of a for credit course he developed for Northwestern undergraduates, “Marriage 101: Building Loving and Lasting Relationships.”
Marianne Murciano delivers her popular message How To Train a Man on the radio and on line. She is an award winning writer, journalist and Emmy winning TV personality for more than 30 years. Train a Man is based on her own life experience in her relationship with her husband, Fox Chicago news anchor Bob Sirott. Marianne and Bob anchored the popular Emmy award winning Fox Thing in the Morning for seven years. As a life coach, Marianne is helping to empower women by teaching them a system of communication where they can speak up about what they need. She shares relationship do’s and don’t in a humorous presentation using real-life anecdotes. Marianne can be heard, along with her husband Bob, on Chicago’s legendary WGN radio. (http://www.wgnradio.com/shows/sundaynight/) She’s also a consultant in the media relations practice of Hill & Knowlton in Chicago, specializing in speaker and media training. Watch for her seminars and her upcoming book, How To Train Your Man. Meantime, you can visit her website at www.trainaman.com, follow “Train a Man” on Facebook and on Twitter at @trainaman.
Andrea Gaines is a certified Life Coach based in Evanston, IL who specializes in inspiring her clients to be their best through clean eating, exercise, conscious language and mindset, healthy sexuality and deeper, fulfilling long-term relationships. Andrea is committed to helping women be more intuitive, sensual and radiant. Andrea coaches individuals, facilitates women's salons and leads corporate team building workshops on wellness and work/life balance. She also teaches a weekly fitness class at Evanston Athletic Club. Andrea has a thirteen year- old son and three older stepchildren. Andrea's 16-year marriage to George remains hot and sexy because of their commitment to yogic sexuality practices.
David Klow brings deep awareness, compassion and commitment to those with whom he works. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, trained Intuitive Healer and guide. David works creatively and collaboratively, drawing on ancient wisdom and modern practices to bring lasting transformation to people's lives and the world. David works intuitively and deeply with individuals, couples, families and runs multiple therapy groups. He is owner of David Klow & Associates in Skokie. He is also an Affiliate Psychotherapist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University and a Clinical Lecturer through the Department of Psychology for Northwestern's Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy program. David is a clinical member of and Approved Supervisor through The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and a clinical member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. He received his Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University along with extensive clinical training at The Family Institute’s Bette D. Harris Family and Child Clinic. He then completed advanced training in The Family Institute Post-Graduate Clinical Fellowship.
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