What: Brave Soul Collective presents
"BALANCING ACTS: Tales of Triumph, Trial & Error"
Where: Sitar Arts Center (in the deLaski Theater)
1700 Kalorama Road NW
Washington, DC 20009
When: Friday & Saturday, February 8th - 9th
Cost: $15 (in advance) / $20 (at the door)
Following the successful World AIDS Day 2012 performance, "FACING IT - Encounters of an Epidemic" which was presented on November 29th in collaboration with The DC Center for the LGBT Community, Brave Soul Collective returns to kick off 2013 with "BALANCING ACTS: Tales of Triumph, Trial & Error".
On Friday & Saturday February 8th and 9th, BSC will present theatrical performances in honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day which is observed on February 7th 2013. These performances are being presented to help mobilize the African American community around HIV/AIDS education & awareness; reduce stigma and infection rates.
Through a series of theatrical pieces and personal testimonies from individuals living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, this performance will address various topics such as religion & spirituality, family, divorce, relationships, sex, dating & relationships, and much more. FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.
"BALACING ACTS" features all new, original works written & directed by playwrights - Barbara Asare-Bediako, Alan Sharpe, Jared Shamberger, & BSC founder, Monte J. Wolfe.
Friday night's performance will be "LGBTQ/Gay Night" at the Theater with outreach provided by The DC Center's HIV Working Group.
Advance tickets are available (beginning Friday, January 25th) by visiting: http://bit.ly/BalancingActsBSC.
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