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Where the Heart Is

May 28, 2013, 12:00 am
A recent commentary piece in the Santa Fe New Mexican said SFR’s series on local homelessness “borders on romance fiction.”

Tanya Taylor Rubinstein disagrees.

“Most people think of Vietnam vets,” but “it’s about the women and children, the people who are invisible,” the artistic director of Project Life Stories—a theater company that specializes in the creation of one-person shows—says.

This Friday, PLS along with StoryHealers International present Invisible: Journeys Through Homelessness and Father: The Monologues, which benefit local nonprofits Adelante and Reel Fathers, and reveal misconceptions about homeless families.

Invisible points out society’s obliviousness to its vast demographics, while Father takes a look at the struggle fatherless boys face in resisting a vicious cycle.

Monologue Double-Bill:
7 pm Friday, May 31. $20.
Armory for the Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail,


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