RISE program presents ‘Hope’ in Student Center Feb. 7

Originally published Feb. 6, 2012 by SacCityExpress.com

Leo Crystobal and Tuesday Freas bring domestic violence issues to the stage in “Esperanza Means Hope.” Photo by Kate Paloy.

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.

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