Poetic Justice Project advances social justice by engaging formerly incarcerated youth and adults in arts education, mentoring and the creation of original theatre examining crime, punishment and redemption.
 
La Perla del Mar Chapel, Shell Beach

Edison Theatre, Mammoth Lakes

Reserve tickets by calling 760-934-6592

Sun. May 18 at 3 p.m.
Joe Fox Auditorium, U.S.O. Building Ridgecrest

 

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Documentary

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Film crew Dwight Colon and Brian Pineda with actor Leonard Flippen 

 

WHO'S LYING DOWN IN YOUR HEART?

This searing drama by Eva Poole-Gilson examines the lives of two sisters who shared a childhood filled with painful secrets. A live theatre/film hybrid production, the play is being produced in partnership with Allan Hancock College's Film and Video Department and directed by Traci Mettler-Bradbury. Support for this production comes from the California Arts Council's Creating Places of Vitality program. Performances in Shell Beach, Mammoth and Ridgecrest in May.