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Debut performance of FACES June 12, 13, 14
From a press release
2014-06-06


YEPP will present its debut of FACES June 12, 13 and 14 at Free Street Theatre. This performance looks at the different faces that society and systems have defined for the ensemble members versus the different faces they strive to build and present for themselves. The ensemble members will bring the audience through a journey of self-deconstruction that finishes up in a re-construction of new and self-empowered identities. In FACES we address topics such as: homelessness, spiritual struggles, police brutality, suicide, trans physical-emotional development, drug use, physical and emotional abuse. HIV stigma, queer liberation, and many others. FACES brings the opportunity for the audience to reflect and create consciousness about street-based queer youth experiences and create a safe space for community healing.

Where: Free Street Theatre- 1419 West Blackhawk St. ( East of Ashland, between Division and North Ave. )

When and Time:

Thursday 12th- 7:00 PM

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Friday 13th- 7:00 PM

Saturday 14th- 3:00 PM

Ticket Price:

Online- $12. To purchase ticket, here.

At the door- $15

NOTE- we encourage you to buy the ticket online. Limited seats.

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