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CCC to host free stage play “Isolated” Oct. 19
CLARKSDALE – Come and be entertained and enlightened during a performance of the live stage play “Isolated,” hosted at Coahoma Community College on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

CCC to host free stage play “Isolated” Oct. 19

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Brittany Davis-Green - bdavis@coahomacc.edu

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Wed Oct 5, 2016

CLARKSDALE – Come and be entertained and enlightened during a performance of the live stage play “Isolated,” hosted at Coahoma Community College on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

The play, produced by Last Psalm Ministries, will begin at 7 p.m. in CCC’s Georgia Lewis Theater. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free for CCC faculty, staff, students and the general public.

“Isolated” is an urban socio-drama designed to bring awareness to domestic abuse by revealing the lies behind abuse, exposing the abuser, breaking the silence and getting help for both the victim and abuser.

Based on the real life events of Mrs. Pamela Whitt, the play details her struggles with abuse, isolation, control and disparage. Whitt endures mental, physical and emotional abuse for six years until she resolves, “enough is enough.” No longer able to bare the anguish and despair, she escapes within inches of losing her life.

“This drama is sure to open your eyes to the signs of abuse,” said George Stewart of Last Psalm Ministries. “We hope to bring awareness that although one may feel isolated, abuse is not an isolated event—there is hope for you.”

The event is organized and sponsored by CCC’s Lyceum committee.

For questions or more information, contact Rita Hanfor of CCC's Lyceum Committee at (662) 621-4144.

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