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Rubys Grantee Kel Millionie Debuts Project in April!

Rubys Grantee Kel Millionie's project, The Sorrow Message, will debut at Baltimore Theatre Project this April. The Sorrow Message is an innovative dark-fairytale told with aerial acrobatics, music, movement theatre, and acting. The story, written by Annelise Montone, explores a young boy’s challenges with relationships, courage, death, and family dynamics through highly athletic circus arts. This project is being produced by Daydreams + Nightmares Aerial Theatre (DNA Theatre), of which Kel is Artistic and General Director.

The show will run Thursdays through Sundays from April 9 to 19, 2015 and take place at Baltimore Theatre Project (45 West Preston Street, Baltimore 21201). There will be a student matinee on Thursday, April 16 at 10:30am. Tickets available at:

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