GirlPower: Voices of A Generation in the NYC International Fringe Festival

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Hope you will check out "GirlPower: Voices of a Generation" in the NYC Fringe Festival. Tickets are going fast...

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The Manhattan Theatre Source Presents:
GIRLPOWER: VOICES OF A GENERATION
Created and Performed by the 2008-2009 GirlPower Teen Performance Collective
Directed by Ashley Marinaccio and Elizabeth Koke
MON 8/17 at 7pm (Talkback 8:30-9:15)
THUR 8/20 at 9:30pm
FRI 8/21 at 3:15pm
SUN 8/23 at 5:00 pm
MON 8/24 at 5:00pm

Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center

107 Suffolk St.New York, NY 10002
Tickets: $15

For tickets visit http://www.fringenyc.org/

"We are the girls of the future Listen to our cry.Listen to the things that make us mad, upset, happy. Don't take us for granted. Don't think that we don't understand the world.We are GirlPower!Walk away with the knowledge we give you. Walk away with our problems.Walk away with the solution.Walk away with the feeling of hope.Walk away with life.But mostly, walk away knowing you have Girl Power!"- Lauren Marie Curet (Age 13)

Bold. Smart. Fresh. For teens, by teens. GirlPower: Voices of a Generation is an empowering, ensemble-driven collection of words written and performed by teenagers, struggling with issues they face growing up in today's world. Through monologues and spoken word, the young women share their perspectives on love, relationships, the future, and finding power through theatre.

The show features a diverse ensemble of teenage girls from the tri-state area and includes: Anastasia Zorin (Manhattan), Dominique Fishback (Brooklyn) Lauren Curet (Bronx), Michelle Lee (Bronx), Christina Perry (Manhattan), Andrea Panichi (New Jersey), Roni Laytin (Long Island), Candice Fernandez (New Jersey), Lyric Anderson (New Jersey), Alexa Winston (Manhattan), Amber Rhabb (Queens), Kezia Tyson (Queens) and Kaitlin Marie Hernandez (Brooklyn). It is directed by Ashley Marinaccio and Elizabeth Koke. Exact dates and times are coming soon!

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