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To enrich, encourage and empower people with developmental disabilities toward achieving independence, social skills, and community inclusion through the arts,
education, and social activities.
Mosaic's Snappy Players Productions presents . . . . . . .
"What Happened in Atlantic City, Wyoming?"
DATE OF PERFORMANCES: May 18th at 2:00 and 7:00
Olympic Theater Arts Center
414 Sequim-Dungeness Way North, Sequim
Created by the Mosaic Theater Class, the fourth play in the serial adventures of the cast and crew of a tiny, remote radio station, challenges the troupe with a more historical or hysterical look into our American past.
Actor and researcher, Michael Rief, prepared several posters which will be on view during intermission, documenting his research about Esther Hobart Morris, first woman Justice of the Peace, gold mining and the birth of women's voting rights. Actor Kim Holbrook, who plays Esther, said the best part was learning about her character.
Admission by donation.
An art sale will be held on Saturday May 18th in conjunction with the play performances of original art created by Mosaic Artists.
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