Homeward LA South Bay

April 17, 2018

April 17, 2018

7:00 pm To 9:30 pm

1000 North Catalina Avenue, Redondo Beach, CA, USA


Event Description

Homeward LA is a 10-day citywide event from April 13 to April 22, where multiple productions of monologues based on stories from people who have experienced homelessness will be performed by actors all around the city.

Join us on Tuesday, April 17th at the Redondo Beach VFW Post 2828 for one of over 20 productions happening throughout the Los Angeles area!

Together we will experience stories from the lives of those who strive to find their way home, increase awareness around the homeless crisis facing Los Angeles, and raise funds for The Midnight Mission, an amazing nonprofit organization on Skid Row.

Come early for Taco cart and Cocktails!

7-8 pm – Tacos & Cocktails* (*no-host)
8-9:30 pm – Performance of HomewardLA


Jim Barnes
Jessica Booker-Gardner
Jeff Bragg
Raymond Dussault
Mercedes Frierson
Valerie Gorsuch
Robert Jekabson
Quincy Johnson II
Lloyd Leifer
Lorna Silva
Katerina Tana
Dan Worthington

This Performance is Produced and Directed by Rashel Mereness

To learn more or to find other Homeward LA productions, go towww.homewardla.org

To learn more about The Midnight Mission, go to www.midnightmission.org

Some material may be unsuitable for children under 14. Show contains adult themes (language, drugs, domestic violence, prostitution)


How to Register?

Purchase tickets here: https://hlavfwpost.brownpapertickets.com/

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