Belief: One Woman Narrative Play
Visual Communication Building, Black Box Theater
Belief is a one-woman play featuring Salish actress Julie Cajune. The multi-dimensional performance is a unique mixture of interconnected Salish women's stories, poetry, and live music. Each story intimately invites the audience to believe in one's true self, to believe in magic, and to believe in love. If you have ever doubted love's ability to find you or if you have ever stopped believing in magic, then this play is a must-see. The performance will remind you of all that is good inside you. Generations of Salish women have endured loss and tragedy, yet here are women strong enough to find their way back to knowing their beauty through their connection to the land, and re-establishing a connection to their true selves. Learn more about the piece at: http://mtprnews.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/2169/.
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The cost of this event is: $10 for Students, $20 for Community Members
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