Director Rhodessa Jones and the women she works with explore how an arts-based approach can help reduce the numbers of women returning to jail and can aid women living with diagnoses of HIV/AIDS.
The December 5th show takes its inspiration from stories from Greco-Roman mythology (e.g., Pandora, Medea, Daphne), and features short performative vignettes that weave the performers’ own experiences – of incarceration, of HIV/AIDS diagnosis, and of addiction – together with the challenges faced by the figures from those ancient stories.
Please join us for this worthwhile performance with social justice at its heart.
Monday, December 5, 2016
7pm in Knuth Hall, CA 132