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BWW Interview: Talking with Jessica Aquila Cymerman of Gruesome Playground Injuries Photo BWW Interview: Talking with Jessica Aquila Cymerman of Gruesome Playground Injuries
by Alyson Eng - Feb 4, 2020

This February, Untold Wants Theatre's production of Gruesome Playground Injuries will play at the Vancity Culture Lab. Written by Rajiv Joseph, this production revolves around main characters Doug and Kayleen who meet multiple times throughout a 30 year time period. Each time they reconnect, new issues are brought forth into their relationship with one another. These new issues also bring big decisions that have to be made regarding their future together. This play will make you laugh, warm your heart, and show you how complicated relationships can be! This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the directors of the show: Jessica Aquila Cymerman about GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES' upcoming shows taking place from February 5th a?' 15th!

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County to Present RE-PURPOSED/RE-SEEN, 8/29-10/18
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2014

There is much more to going green than putting water bottles or newspapers in a recycling bin. There is also great potential for creating beauty with the things we have discarded. That is one reason the Cultural Council has reached out to artists all over Palm Beach County to create with re-used objects in its two part exhibition 'Re-purposed/Re-seen,' August 29 to October 18.

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Presents RE-PURPOSED/RE-SEEN, Now thru 10/18
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2014

There is much more to going green than putting water bottles or newspapers in a recycling bin. There is also great potential for creating beauty with the things we have discarded. That is one reason the Cultural Council has reached out to artists all over Palm Beach County to create with re-used objects in its two part exhibition 'Re-purposed/Re-seen,' tonight, August 29 to October 18.

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County to Present RE-PURPOSED/RE-SEEN, 8/29-10/18
by BWW News Desk - Aug 4, 2014

There is much more to going green than putting water bottles or newspapers in a recycling bin. There is also great potential for creating beauty with the things we have discarded. That is one reason the Cultural Council has reached out to artists all over Palm Beach County to create with re-used objects in its two part exhibition 'Re-purposed/Re-seen,' August 29 to October 18.