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Poetic Theater Productions Presents 2nd Annual POETIC LICENSE Festival, 1/21-27

January 21
9:48 2013
Poetic Theater Productions Presents  2nd Annual POETIC LICENSE Festival, 1/21-27

Poetic Theater Productions will present Poetic License, the second annual festival of new poetic theater, January 21st through January 27th, 2013. All performances will take place at The Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street. Tickets range in price from $5 to $15 and can be purchased at the door on the day of the performance or online at www.poetictheater.com/festival.

This year's line up includes 45 LGBT, youth, Black, white, Latina, Veteran, Native American and Asian American artists writing about war, mental health, identity, love, politics and memory in Juarez, Ghana, Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, and all over America.

FEATURING:
the return of 2012 Poetic Theater Productions' sell out shows from Culture Project's 2012 Women Center Stage Festival:

Foreign Bodies by Eboni Hogan

Directed by Nicole A. Watson
Featuring Eboni Hogan, Samantha Cooper, Ayo Oneké Cummings, Karen Eilbacher, Joell Jackson & Teniece Divya Johnson
Lighting & Projection Design by Brad Peterson, Sound Design by Sean Hagerty
Documenting six months of pure madness in Accra, Ghana - an ongoing battle with mental illness, whirlwind romances, endless nights of bar-hopping, and one unruly appendix.
Friday, January 25 @8PM & Sunday, January 27 @2PM

and

faith written and performed by Caroline Rothstein

One woman's gut-wrenching struggle to cope with the expectations and turmoil of coming of age.

Co-presented by Timberline Knolls in association with NORMAL
Directed by Alex Mallory
Lighting Design by Brad Peterson, Sound Design by Sean Hagerty
Saturday, January 26 @8PM


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