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Transmigration: A Festival of Student-Created New Works

Keith Bowers
7 p.m., Saturday March 09 | Free, reservations required.

TRANSMIGRATION, "the movement from one place to another," is a festival of new works created by the acting students of CCM Drama.  Performed simultaneously in different locations throughout Ccm VIllage, the show will sample four 30-minute works of the audience's choosing. Recognized by City<i>Beat</i>'s Best Alternative Theatre CEA nomination. Located in rooms 3705, 4735 and 4755.



Where: Corbett Center for the Performing Arts
Phone: 513-556-4183
Address: University of Cincinnati
Website: http://ccm.uc.edu/about/facilities/corbett.html
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