Dorothy Day started a movement responsible for supporting and housing the homeless. She spent 47 tireless years caring for the poor and leading the fight for a more active concern for the needy in our society. More than 200 organizations operate today following in her footsteps.
On November 15th, join the Dorothy Day House Memphis for a dramatic performance following Dorothy Day from her days as a 17 year-old Greenwich Village bohemian through her later years as a tireless champion of social justice. This one-woman play stars Lisa Wagner-Carollo of Still Point Theatre Collective, who masterfully captures the human and holy side of Dorothy Day.
Friday, November 15th
University Theater at Christian Brothers University
650 East Parkway S
Memphis, TN 38104
$15 Student Admission
$25 Adult Admission
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