“Hope Color”: The First Bilingual Play in the Lowcountry

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“Hope Color”: The First Bilingual Play in the Lowcountry

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ARHS Spanish Club members will be showing their support for the first bilingual play in the lowcountry called Hope Color on Saturday November 14, 2015 at 7PM. Hope Color well be held at Park Circle Auditorium.

Hope Color is important to people of Spanish descendants because people in South Carolina don’t see a lot of plays about Hispanic people. Brayan Maldonado, ARHS Spanish Club President, said,” A Spanish play opens a new world of Culture, Tradition, and Language for those who don’t know a lot about Spanish heritage. You don’t see a Spanish play very often in South Carolina, so it is important not to miss the chance of going to this amazing cultural play.”

The playwright/director of the play “Hope Color” is Maribel Acosta. Hope Color is fundraising for DACA students.

DACA is a new policy calling for deferred actions for certain undocumented young people who came to the U.S as children. The advance fee for Hope Color is $15 and the door fee is $20.

Ridge Rowdies, go out and support Hope Color and a great cause.

 

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