CSUSM Theatre Department, ACE Scholars Services, Palomar College, and Playwrights Project present a staged reading of:

Sisters in the System

Written by by Tori Rice, as a commission for Playwrights Projectís Telling Stories Program, based on interviews with individuals involved in all aspects of foster care.

Performed by CSUSM & Palomar College Theatre students
Directed by Ingrid Trov„o

Photo Credit: Ken Jacques

Journey into the Foster Care System with two young women navigating juvenile court. The complexities are almost comical.

Thursday, March 22nd at 3:30pm
Palomar College: Multi-Disciplinary Building 157
Recommended for Ages 16+

Open to the public- FREE admission!
Limited Seating; Reservations required.
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Questions or concerns? Contact write@playwrightsproject.org or (858) 384-2970.

Palomar College
Multi-Disciplinary Building 157
1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos, CA 92069

Playwrights Project is a nonprofit corporation advancing literacy, creativity and communication by empowering individuals to voice their stories through playwriting programs and theatre productions.

The CSUSM Theatre Program provides an educational environment for the development and training of theatre artists from diverse backgrounds through the rigors of the discipline of theatre by fostering creativity, excellence and the practical application of acquired skills and theoretical principles.

ACE Scholars Services is an innovative, top-tier program at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) designed to support former foster youth at a time when they need it most. The ACE program is not an extension of the state foster care system. Instead, it's about ensuring academic success upon exiting the system ó and making the transition from being cared for, to caring for oneself. Their primary objective is to meet the unique needs of students who are former foster youth through services and support systems that will improve their rates of matriculation, graduation, and career success.

Palomar College provides an engaging teaching and learning environment for students of diverse origins, experiences, needs, abilities, and goals. As a comprehensive community college, they support and encourage students who are pursuing transfer-readiness, general education, basic skills, career and technical training, aesthetic and cultural enrichment, and lifelong education.

Palomar College Theatre Program cultivates the potential of theatre to make an impact on the lives of practitioners, audiences, and communities. The program empowers students to follow the discipline of craft while taking risks and developing their own artistic sensibility.

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