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Faces of Change
“How does faith both connect and divide us in America today?”
Join us for Asolo Rep’s annual documentary theatre project. The Education & Outreach department collects stories, personal experiences, and interviews from community members of diverse backgrounds, assembles an original script, and presents free public readings followed by post-show discussions.
Performances are FREE and open to the public. Reservations are strongly recommended.
April 14 at 1pm
Temple Beth Sholom
1050 S. Tuttle Ave.
April 16 at 2pm
Historic Asolo Theatre
Located in the Ringling Visitors Pavilion
5401 Bay Shore Rd.
April 18 at 7:30pm
Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center
525 Kumquat Ct.
Or visit or call the Asolo Rep Box Office: 941-351-8000
This spring’s production of the powerful and provocative new play Disgraced challenges artists and audiences to ask hard questions about religious and cultural identity. We started asking these questions locally with individuals we met through groups, including:
Bethlehem Baptist Church
Center for Religious Tolerance
Goldie Feldman Academy
Humanists of Sarasota Bay
Islamic Society of Sarasota and Bradenton
Saint Wilfred Episcopal Church
Senior Friendship Centers
The SOURCE at Planned Parenthood
Visible Men Academy
Women’s Interfaith Network
Faces of Change is made possible with support from:
Koski Family Fund for New Audiences
Post-show receptions are sponsored by
Producing Artistic Director Michael Donald Edwards – Managing Director Linda DiGabriele
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Address: 5555 North Tamiami Trail : Sarasota, Florida 34243