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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, May 12

You can see "Living Out" at GALA Hispanic Theatre.
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You can see "Living Out" at GALA Hispanic Theatre.

May 12-18: Living Out

Ana is a mother of two, but her kids aren’t the only ones she’s taking care of. The Salvadoran nanny works for Nancy, a lawyer and mom who is struggling to balance her personal and professional goals. Living Out is on stage at GALA Hispanic Theatre through Sunday. The play is about two working mothers who make difficult choices in order to provide a better life for their children.

May 12: Participatory Theater: The Intersection of Theater and Social Action

You can attend a symposium about participatory theater at The Performer/Audience Relationship: Politics, Intimacy, and the Barriers Between Private and Public will cover topics ranging from the intersection of performance art and social action to the responsibilities audience members take on when they become part of the performance.

Music: “Monday Night in New Orleans” by Kermit Ruffins

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