There's No Place Like Home
November 13, 2012
The zAmya Theater Project is an unusual local performing arts venture in a number of ways – not the least of which is this – it’s housed at a social service agency.
As part of St. Stephens Human Services in South Minneapolis, zAmya brings together housed and homeless actors to create works that explore the topic of homelessness.
The troupe has a new production called “There’s No Place Like Home.” The next performance of “There’s No Place Like Home” happens Thursday, November 15, at 7pm at St. Stephens’ Human Services, at 2309 Nicollet Avenue South, in Minneapolis.
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Cast member Armenta Wilson and director Maren Ward stopped by the KFAI program “Collective Eye” and talked with host Janis-Lane Ewart about the project.
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