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Off to the Theater: The Tale of a Somali Immigrant
Go beyond the headlines to experience a compelling and sometimes humorous story about a young man's journey from rural Somalia to urban America, "A Crack in the Sky." This Sunday’s afternoon performance is followed by a discussion with the audience to explore the themes of the play. Afterwards, for those interested, we will go out for pizza at Black Sheep Coal-Fired Pizza – a couple blocks away. Get your tickets soon! They are almost sold out. http://www.historytheatre.com/2017-2018/crack-in-the-sky. Tickets in Tier 3 are $30 ($27 for Seniors – 60+) Please join me (Audrey) in the Balcony in the far right Section L -- front row. I’ve secured seat #100. http://www.historytheatre.com/box-office/seating-chart Synopsis: A young shepherd boy stands in front of his mother to tell her of the decision he has made in the night. He has had enough of the nomadic life, of herding goats and sheep, and is leaving to seek out a better life. With that, he sets off on an adventure that takes him on the road less traveled from Somalia to Minnesota. It’s the epic tale of Ahmed Ismail Yusuf who, inspired by Maya Angelou, discovers the power of the written word. Written by Harrison David Rivers and Ahmed Ismail Yusuf. Directed by Faye Price.

Minnesota History Theater

30 East 10th Street · St. Paul, MN

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