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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Sunday at 1 p.m. is 2nd Performance of Delilah’s Wish at Old North Gallery

A full house at Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s Crown Village Gallery enjoyed a peformance yesterday of Delilah’s Wish.  The 50-minute play, starring and written by Mariah Richardson, is a production of Metro Theater Company and deals with issues of community, diversity, and grappling with the fact that not everybody sees the world in the same way.  It’s a moving story that appeals to young and not-so-young audiences.  Come on out today for another performance at 1 p.m.  The play is free and takes place at 2700 N. 14th Street, in the heart of Crown Square, with plenty of off-street parking behind the building.

Mariah spent time after the performance answering questions from the audience.

Mariah spent time after the performance answering questions from the audience.

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