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'The Wobble of Life' looks at abuse

In recognition of Domestic Violence month, the Livingstone College’s Julia B. Duncan Players will present The Wobble of Life in the Tubman Little Theatre, located at 701 West Monroe St. on Oct. 28, 29, 30, Nov. 4, 5 , and 6. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. every night except Nov. 6, which will be at 3:00 p.m. The admission for the general public is $5 with a can good every night and $1 for students, The Sunday matinee on Nov. 6 is a fund-raiser for the Livingstone College’s Theatre Department so tickets are $10 for everyone. For further information, contact the Theatre Department at 704-216-6260, for tickets call 704-216-6075.
“The Wobble of Life depicts scenes and monologues that deal with abuse, molestation and domestic violence. It is a play whose time has come. Our society is directly and indirectly affected by these problems that constantly plague our community.” The Director, Professor Michael D. Connor.

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