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“…there was a Girl,”

May 14 @ 6:00 pm

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An event every day that begins at 6:00 pm, repeating until May 14, 2021

One event on May 15, 2021 at 3:00 pm

"...there was a Girl" performer

ENCORE PERFORMANCE! Due to popular demand, there will be an encore performance of this original performance art piece. “…there was a Girl,” was conceived, written, and directed by Lauren Warhol Caldwell. Three performers will explore the repercussions due to narcissistic trauma. It is written in a lyrical narrative filled with humor and an unexpected turn of events.

The story concentrates on the conflict between one woman and one man. However, the tragic essence is certainly not limited to just a man and a woman; this story happens between all sexes and in all categories of life. It happens in the workplace, between friends, inside the family unit, and on the playgrounds in our schools. It is a plague and the plague is a monster.

Featured in this performance is Ani Collier as the girl. Ani supports the story with entertaining and haunting movements. She carries us through the thread of the story as the character of the girl faces the possible tragic circumstances of such an encounter.


May 14
6:00 pm
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Black C Art Gallery
201 SE 2nd Pl #111
Gainesville, FL 32601 United States
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