‘LOVE and its DIALECTS’ @ the 2011 Paprika Festival

LOVE and its DIALECTS

“Fighting the pressures of school and expectations, battling the responsibilities of relationships and life, five youth must navigate the tensions of passion, fear, desire and deception and choose whether to face reality or exist in illusion. As conflicts of the heart clash on the battlefields of their conscience who will see beyond the pain and who will be victim to it?”

Written by Amber Williams King | Directed by Shamelia Joseph

Stage Managed by Susie Jaroszewska

Starring: Alia Ettienne, Cleon Mills, Marlon Pecco, Shanaise Williams and Abhi Yogasegaran

 

Presented by the 2011 Paprika Festival

at Tarragon Theatre [30 Bridgman Avenue]

LAST SHOW this Saturday, March 26th at 7:00 pm

Tickets are FREE

Contact: 416.531.1827  |  www.tarragontheatre.com/tickets

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