The talented Unusual Suspects middle-school participants at Maclay Academy of Social Justice have written an original play that they will perform in a free public show on Friday, April 7th! A tragic event occurs in the Connor family setting off a series of events that challenge Christina Connor, the middle child, in a way that she never expected. She must find the courage to use her special new powers to keep her family safe and keep them all together.
As part of The Unusual Suspects’ Neighborhood Voices Program, a group of Northeast San Fernando Valley community members, ages 12 and up, will write an original play that speaks to issues they see in their community. The group will perform the play on Thursday, April 13, 2017. Immediately following the performance, The Unusual Suspects will facilitate an interactive, bilingual discussion regarding the play’s themes. *Free childcare will be provided at the Neighborhood Voices performance on April 13th.
The talented Unusual Suspects youth at San Fernando Gardens Community Center’s Juvenile Day Reporting Center have been working hard with Teaching Artists to create their art over a 13 week program. Join us for their Presentation of Learning on Thursday, April 27th! **There is no additional security for this site. All are welcome to attend without RSVP**