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Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s John (Jack) D. Lewis New Play Development Program and TRUE Skool present a play reading of:

The Wind and the Breeze
By Nathan Alan Davis
Directed by Robert Lutfy
Dramaturged by Deanie Vallone

Monday, April 16th, 7:00pm
TRUE Skool in Grand Avenue Mall

6:00pm: enjoy a drink to the music of one of TRUE Skool’s DJs
6:40pm: pre-show conversation with playwright
7:00pm: play reading

Free admission and open to the public.
Complimentary wine, beer, soda, and water will be served.

Play Description:
Sam, the legendary, undisputed, greatest emcee in Rockford, IL, plans to rest on his laurels all winter, but his closest mentees and their outsized dreams challenge him to a battle he can’t win. A story that explores the politics of place, the unspoken expectations of friendship, and what happens when we choose to stand our ground on shifting sands.

Street parking is available around Grand Ave Mall. The Mall’s East parking garage (managed by Interstate Parking) is located on Plankinton Ave., between Michigan and Wisconsin Aves, with additional access on 2nd St. A PDF of the parking map can be seen here.
TRUE Skool is accessible to individuals with disabilities.

About TRUE Skool:
TRUE Skool’s mission is to use Hip Hop Culture & Creative Arts as tools to engage youth in social justice leadership, education, entrepreneurship and workforce development. TRUE Skool, Inc. has provided services and programs since 2004 and was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2005. Since inception, TRUE Skool has continued to work with local and national artists, middle and high school aged youth, local and national community based/youth organizations, public officials, law enforcement agencies, small businesses, large corporations and schools/universities to empower youth and young adults through our unique programs and services.