I Have A Voice Reading

Theatre students, in partnership with Tiffin4Peace and Writers in Residence, presents "I Have A Voice," a reading presenting the stories of residents from the Seneca County Youth Center, residents at CROSSWAEH, and Heidelberg students. The theme of the writings and stories of this presentation is the meaning of family.

The readings will be at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 1, in Gundlach Theatre. Admission is free but donations for the Seneca County Youth Center will be accepted. Email Ben Pollizi at with questions.



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