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Theatre for Fri., May 26
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    Written by WhatsintheMirror's Tarik Daniels and directed by Jeremy Rashad Brown, this play tells the story of a Black queer couple and their journey through the present-day HIV epidemic in the Southern U.S.
    Through May 26. Thu.-Fri., 8-9:30pm. $20.  
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    Sanctuary City

    Ground Floor Theatre presents Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok's powerful story of two young DREAMers who fight to stay in America, the only country they know as home. Directed by Andrea Nuñez, with performances by Arielle Levin, Michael Galvan, and Kristian Bexar.
    Through June 3. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $25-45.  
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    The Baker's Wife

    Directed by Michael Cooper for the Alchemy Theatre. See Bob Abelman's full review right here!
    Through June 11. Fri.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 2pm. $30-55.  
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    Trouble Puppet Workshop

    Trouble Puppet Theater Company presents an exciting new workshop exploring the art of puppetry through building puppets and performance. Participants in this workshop intensive will learn construction of tabletop puppets, covering materials, tools, engineering, and design. Using your newly made puppets, you'll explore storytelling and performance techniques at the VORTEX, culminating with a public performance of scenes from an original Trouble Puppet show-in-progress. Note: Attendance is required for all five rehearsals and the public performance. And: Spots are limited, reserve yours today!
    May 28-June 14  
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    Vortex Summer Youth Theatre: Auditions for 'The Memo'

    The Vortex seeks students ages 13-17 to participate in Summer Youth Theatre 2023. Now in its thirty-first year, this award-winning, tuition-free program rehearses and performs evenings and weekends in June and July. Rehearsals culminate in a full production of The Memo (also known as The Memorandum) by Václav Havel, to be staged for the public July 21-29. Note: Students of any ethnicity, gender, ability/disability, economic background, and experience level are welcome to audition to be a part of an ensemble of diverse youth training together to present this stylish satire, as directed by Jelena Stojiljkovic Rhynes. Auditions and interviews: May 24 and 31, by appointment only. See website for details.

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