The Wesleyan Theater Department Presents: “Unexpected: Voices of Incarcerated Women”

Ross Shenker ’11 writes:

Come see the Wesleyan Theater Department’s Spring Production entitled “Unexpected: Voices of Incarcerated Women.” It features performances by former inmates of the York Correctional Institute located in Niantic, CT as well as your fellow Wesleyan students. Thursday’s performance features a talk from Wally Lamb, author and editor of “I’ll Fly Away,” from which many of the writings in the show were excerpted. You can buy tickets now at the Wesleyan Box Office located in the Usdan University Center.

Directed by Professor of Theater Ronald Jenkins

Featuring: Aubrey Hamilton ’12, Ala Faller ’12, Samantha Pearlman ’11, Sabina Friedman-Seitz ’11, Rebecca Kowal ’10, Matthew Tannenbaum ’10, Victoria Barron ’13, Kiara Williams-Jones ’12, and Sara Schineller ’12

Date: Thursday February 25th and Friday February 26th
Time: 8:00PM
Place: The CFA Hall (The CFA Old Cinema)
Cost: $4 for Wesleyan students, $5 General

Box Office Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00AM-4:30PM

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