Accepting Change: Could trans artist Christine Howey's story give strength to others? by Andrea Simakis.
The Plain Dealer (Cleveland) April 16, 2017
In August 2015, Beth Price made plans to go to a little theater in Greenwich Village to see “Exact Change,” the one-woman show by transgender Cleveland artist Christine Howey.
The New York Times had listed Howey’s autobiographical play, about her pioneering transition from a man named Richard to the woman Christine, as one of “the 10 shows to watch for” at the New York International Fringe Festival, the sprawling showcase for theater and dance that takes over houses in lower Manhattan for two weeks every summer.
Beth hoped that Sam, her 20-year-old, home in Maplewood, New Jersey, from Oberlin College, would go with her to the city to catch Howey onstage. The subject matter could not have been more relevant. Continue reading . . .
Trans retreat to memorialize Sam Price. Parents to establish ‘rejuvenating safe space’ for youth by Johanna Ginsburg
New Jersey Jewish News April 6, 2016
Sam Harel Price, 21, died on March 24 following a suicide attempt on her 21st birthday. A junior at Oberlin College, she was majoring in Jewish studies and hoped to become a rabbi. Price, who grew up in Maplewood, celebrated becoming bar mitzva at Congregation Beth El in South Orange and graduated from Columbia High School in Maplewood. Last year she came out to her parents, Beth Dorogusker and Adam Price, as transgender. Continue reading . . .