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Playmaking for Girls at Synchronicity Theatre
Thu June 13, 2013
"See What We're Made of:" Synchronicity Engages at-Risk Girls
This weekend, Synchronicity Theatre’s Playmaking for Girls program puts on its eleventh annual performance.
In the program, plays written by girls in detention facilities are passed on to girls outside of detention—to be rehearsed and performed for the outside world. A couple of years back, WABE’s Kate Sweeney went to Playmaking Camp, and came back with this report.
For more on Playmaking for Girls, including this weekend's performance, click here.