City College’s Respect Integrity Self-Determination and Education, RISE, program will be presenting a play on domestic violence in the Student Center Feb. 7 at noon.
The play is a one-act presentation called “Esperanza Means Hope” and is being presented in association with Kapitbahay/SeaFood City and My Sister’s House, a non-profit organization focused on addressing the needs of women and children impacted by domestic violence, according to their brochure.
The play was written by Conrad A. Panganiban and Gladys Imperio-Acosta and directed by Nicole C. Limon. The play also features original music by Dee Pizarro and Loui Paman.
For more information on My Sister’s House, please visit www.my-sisters-house.org or call 916-930-0626.