Today, November 3, 2010 in Ludcke Auditorium at 12 p.m.
A light lunch will be served. See attached and read on....
The New Faces of America is the second in a series of nationally acclaimed, one-woman shows that uses a contemporary multimedia/storytelling format to present current diversity and social issues. The performance presents characters (taken from real interviews) of seven incredibly different backgrounds. The show examines issues that are currently affecting people all across America, and is presented in a unique theatrical/multimedia format.
Faces tells the stories of a female bi-racial college student, a Southern gay minister, a young female veteran from the Iraq War, a Native American teenager, a young migrant worker, an Appalachian college student, and a deaf African American. The presentation will be followed by a post-show discussion.
Presented by UNE's InterProfessional Education Collaborative and Multicultural & Diversity Services.