Skies Over Seattle featured in A&S Perspectives

Nathan Wornian, AJ Friday, and Hazel Lozano discuss logistics for performing their theater piece in a U-District alley.
Nathan Wornian, AJ Friday, and Hazel Lozano discuss logistics for performing their theater piece in a U-District alley. Photo by Isaiah Brookshire.

Skies Over Seattle—a collaborative, student-driven theatre project with community partners in the University Disctrict—is featured in this month's issue of the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives newsletter. Led by PearlDamour duo Lisa D'Amour and Katie Pearl (BA '96) and Engagement Strategist Ashley Sparks, School of Drama undergraduate and graduate students have been volunteering at three community organizations in the U-District since October 2015: ROOTS Young Adult Shelter, The People's Harm Reduction Alliance, and Elizabeth Gregory Home.

Read the article, "Celebrating the U-District, Dramatically," to learn more about the work being created and come see a performance of Skies Over Seattle June 1–5.

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