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SHELTER: a play about housing insecurity
Start Date: 5/18/2018Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Date: 5/26/2018End Time: 9:00 PM
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Event Description:
SHELTER is a site-specific play that explores community issues in South Fayetteville.

This immersive experience takes theatre - and you - on the bus. Performed on Routes 1 and 2 of Ozark Regional Transit and in several key locations throughout South Fayetteville, SHELTER highlights intersecting issues in South Fayetteville, including housing insecurity, public transit, and poverty. SHELTER starts at Walker Park in South Fayetteville, and runs May 18, 19, 25, and 26.

As part of our mission to make the arts more accessible, admission is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested donation of $20. Limited seating is available for attendees with disabilities.

SHELTER is a workshop production of “Good Person of South Fayetteville”, a play in development by nationally award-winning playwright Adrienne Dawes. This performance is a continuation of RIDE, another production of the Southside Civic Lab highlighting hyperlocal issues in South Fayetteville.

The Southside Civic Lab is a performance series and community effort to use theatre and other art interventions as tools of building awareness around community issues relevant to South Fayetteville. Fundamental to the community effort of the Southside Civic Lab is the network of Neighborhood Ambassadors who live in South Fayetteville. Their work, perspectives, and extensive research are crucial to this project.

SHELTER, and all productions of the Southside Civic Lab, are made possible by the generous support of the Walton Family Foundation, Walmart Foundation, and Mid-America Arts Alliance. SHELTER is also made possible in partnership with Ozark Regional Transit.
Location Information:
Off Campus
Contact Information:
Name: Haley
Phone: 479-439-6046
SHELTER: a play about housing insecurity
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