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Cries of the Soul

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Apr 11–13, 2017 at 6–7pm

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Venues Around L.A.

Cries of the Soul

Come and enjoy free theatre at your neighborhood library

Cries of the Soul is a collection of short stories, tales, and folklore created to pass on, to share, and to remember that we all come from some place. This new work focuses on exploring our past and our heritage and finding ourselves along the journey. Inspired by stories rooted in ancestry along with personal experiences, Cries of the Soul combines elements of storytelling, movement, singing, and poetry to remind us that we all are connected by human experience.

Presented by Here and Now Theatre Company.

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Apr 11:
Benjamin Franklin Library | 2200 E First St, L.A., CA 90033
Apr 12:
Malabar Library | 2801 Wabash Ave, L.A., CA 90033
Apr 13:
Robert Louis Stevenson Library | 803 Spence St, L.A., CA 90023

Map & Directions

Special Thanks

The James Irvine Foundation

L.A. Made at the Los Angeles Public Library