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Posted July 6, 2012

Voices of the South Presents

An ALL NEW PRISON STORIES V: a public reading of new work Written by women currently serving time in the Shelby County Prison System

Theatre South
1000 S. Cooper
Memphis, TN 38104

Friday, July 13, 2012 and Saturday, July 14, 2012 @7:00pm
Tickets: $20 suggested donation.  Tickets available at the door, though reservations are recommended.
Box Office/Reservations: 901-726-0800            

Memphis, TN - PRISON STORIES is Voices of the South’s latest outreach program, providing a writing and theatre intensive for women currently serving time in the Shelby County Prison System.

“... [The women in the Prison Stories Project are using writing, theatre an
d storytelling to move confidently into the future. Their stories are unique and valuable, dignified by the circle of trust they create for each other,” said Elaine Blanchard- program director

Join Voices collaborators as they share stories of joy, tragedy, hope and forgiveness as written by this year’s PRISON STORIES participants. Voices of the South is proud to present and celebrate this public debut of new work from the community.

Director-Irene Crist
Music and Sound Design-Tamar Love and Anna Neal
Program Founder and Coordinator-Elaine Blanchard
Performers include-Mandy Martin, Leah Nichols, Brooke Sarden, Randi Sluder, Jaclyn Suffel, and Ann Wallace.


Travelers, New Prison Voices Stories V is generously funded by: ArtsMemphis, Tennessee Arts Commission, Dorothy O. Kirsch …and other members of the community.




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