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Every 28 Hours Plays: Los Angeles
Every 28 Hours Plays examined a 2012 study that found that every 28 hours a black man, woman, or child was killed by a vigilante, security guard, or the police in the United States. The production was a part of a nationwide initiative that was spearheaded by the One-Minute Play Festival, The Ferguson Movement, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. It included more than 100 local artists from Los Angeles.
FATIGUED, a night of two one-act plays, looked at the repercussions the Iraq/Afghanistan war has had on American soldiers, their families, and the communities they lived in.
It was presented in collaboration with Company of Angels.