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BUYWednesday, May 24, 2017, 8:00PM

Gentrified - Member Tickets

First Person Arts

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DATE Wednesday, May 24
TIME Doors at 7PM, Show at 8PM
LOCATION FringeArts Theater (140 N. Columbus Blvd. at Race St., Philadelphia)
TICKETS $10, $7 for members of WHYY, First Person Arts, and FringeArts

A destabilizing force. An investment opportunity. A tax hike. A new yoga studio. Gentrification means different things to different people.

But what does it really mean for our relationships, our community, and our local culture? From Point Breeze to University City, Fishtown to South Philly, the impact is more than just curb appeal. Join us for a compassionate and honest investigation as performers share real, lived experiences about a timely issue that hits close to home.

Featuring Mo Burroughs, Ociele Hawkins, Trine Smith, and Freya Zork.

Directed by Donna Oblongata.

Photo by Jen Cleary.

All sales are final. There are no ticket refunds or exchanges. All tickets are e-tickets and will be emailed to you. For non-members, there is an added processing fee per ticket for all credit car transactions. Late seating is not guaranteed.

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What is Commonspace?
Commonspace shares remarkable true stories that speak to the pressing issues of our time. Whatever tomorrow’s news cycle may bring, we’ll be here with real life stories to put it all into context. This Commonspace is your springboard for processing today's headlines, and feeling a bit more connected to the world.

Commonspace was born when two trusted, Philadelphia-based organizations with expertise in sharing thought-provoking stories came together to create a place as fun, poignant, and maddening as the world that surrounds us. Through trusted journalism, artistic responses, and innovative partnership, WHYY and First Person Arts are building Commonspace to broaden our understanding of ourselves, each other, and the world

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Commonspace has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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