THE OK TRENTON PROJECT
Illustration by Jonathan "Lank" Conner
The OK Trenton Project
Main Stage Production
Thursday, February 3 - Sunday, February 20
Written by David Lee White, Richard Bradford and the members of The OK Trenton Ensemble
Directed by C. Ryanne Domingues
Five years ago, a group of Trenton students spent their summer creating a sculpture entitled “Helping Hands.” They learned the skills necessary to build something out of nothing with the promise of their work being publicly displayed in their community. Four days after installation, the sculpture was removed due to anonymous complaints that the piece too closely resembled a gang symbol.
Based on a true story and composed entirely of verbatim interviews from those directly involved, The OK Trenton Project is an experience that explores the role art plays in our community and the consequences we face when it’s taken away.
Groups of 10 or more receive $22 tickets to Passage's Mainstage shows (Service fees apply). Groups from local service organizations receive additional discounts.
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