When Art Meets Activism

19 May

Visitors to our site may have noticed the lovely dedication added to our right sidebar, posted with the gracious permission of its author, writer and performer Katya Lidsky:

In memory of the animals who do not make it, in honor of those still suffering, and in hope of those we might be able to help. We hear you.

These moving words appeared in the program of Katya’s amazing one-woman play I’m Sorry: How an Apologist Found Her Voice, which is playing in an extended run through May 22 at The Lounge Theatre in Los Angeles. I’m Sorry tells the story of “how a people-pleasing apologist became an animal-loving activist.” We highly recommend the production and give it four out of four paws!

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Posted by on May 19, 2011 in advocacy, UCLA Paw Review



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