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Today on Your Call: How can art humanize people on the margins?
On today's Your Call, we’ll speak with Rhodessa Jones, long time performer, social justice activist, and founder of the Medea Project-- about her latest one-woman show, The Resurrection of SHE. SHE chronicles her life using theater to work with female prison inmates and HIV positive women around the world and dives into the realities of being black and female in America today. Join us at 10am Pacific Time or post a comment here. What’s the power of theater for validating the experience of people who feel invisible? It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Rhodessa Jones, performer, social justice activist, co-director of Cultural Odyssey, and founder of the Medea Project
The Resurrection of SHE
with Rhodessa Jones
at The Brava Theater Center in San Francisco
March 28 – April 7, 2013
Special Gala Performance, Saturday, March 30th.
Pre-show champagne and savory appetizers at 7:00! After show dessert and champagne.
Brava Theater: The Resurrection of SHE
SF Arts Commission: 2013 MAYOR’S ART AWARD Goes to….Rhodessa Jones