Stretching Performance Barriers

Angela Kariotis returns to Austin to premiere her one-woman show, Streeetch Marks.

Stretching Performance Barriers

"Before becoming a mother I had no concept of little children or how any of us have come into this world, as if I just sprouted." The John L. Warfield Center presents Angela Kariotis' new show this Thursday & Friday.

Angela Kariotis treats Austin as her second home. A graduate of UT Austin's Performance Studies Program, Kariotis' first work Reminiscence of the Ghetto & Other Things That raiZed Me received rave reviews and a cult following six years ago. A former Best of Frontera Fest winner, Kariotis is back with her new show and sat down to talk with us about its inspiration and purpose.

What: Streeetch Marks

Where: Winship Building, Room 2.180, 23rd & San Jacinto, UT-Austin

When: November 19th & 20th at 8PM

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