Wednesday, October 28, 2015

A.C.T. Stage Coach Presents: Every 28 Hours

A.C.T. Stage Coach Presents: Every 28 Hours: An Investigation of the Events in Ferguson, Missouri, and Black Lives in America


After a week-long residency in St. Louis, Missouri, A.C.T. Stage Coach will host a reading of new plays developed during phase one of the Every 28 Hours project. This project was created through a partnership between Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the One-Minute Play Festival. Our FREE event is part of phase two of the project: a national call to action involving simultaneous performances at theater companies around the country.

Join us for an evening of new work exploring this current moment for civil rights and racial justice in America. This event will include audience engagement activities before and after the performance and will feature guest appearances by local artists and activists. Check back for more details soon!

For more information and to reserve your free tickets, please email stagecoach@act-sf.org. 
Seating is limited.
When: Wednesday, October 28 at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30)
Where: The Rueff at A.C.T.'s Strand Theater | 1127 Market Street, San Francisco

For more information about Every 28 Hours:
https://www.facebook.com/Every28HoursPlays?fref=ts

For more information about A.C.T. Stage Coach: http://www.actsf.org/home/education/stagecoach.html

1 comments:

Being a fan of literature, your post catches me attention. These kinds of events should held on regular basis. This not only increases the chance of getting educated as well as knowledgeable.

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