Youth Theater Presentation
Posted by on April 25, 2003
The Village of Arts and Humanities
A great day in hip-hop became a nightmarish flip-ffflop when fans were drawn into a violent confrontation at an annual hip-hop concert. In spired by this real event, Waiting Room takes us to the emergency room of a Philadelphia hospital where five young fans await treatment through. Through dance, song and drama, young adults reveal their urgent daily realities like rape, drugs, domestic violence and gang wars.
Thursday-Saturday, May 8-10, 2003
8:00 p.m. shows nightly
* Thursday $12, $6 members
* Friday $15, $7.50 members
* Saturday $15, $7.50 members
For ticket information, call Felicia Williams at 215-225-3949 or Painted Bride Art Center at 215-925-9914. The Village will provide a bus for those needing transportation. Reservations Required in advance, first come first serve.
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