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A Bilingual Play Addressing Immigration Hits 24th Street Theatre

Photo by Cooper Bates

ICE stands for Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE is also the title of the production currently on stage at 24th Street Theatre in Los Angeles. It’s a bilingual play that addresses the subject of immigration. The founders and guiding forces of the theatre are a husband and wife team: Artistic Director Debbie Devine and Executive Director Jay McAdams. Alan Chapman talked with them about the play and the theatre.

Hit play below to listen to our Arts Alive interview with Debbie Devine and Jay McAdams discussing ICE.  
A Bilingual Play Addressing Immigration Hits 24th Street Theatre
    ICE runs through June 24 at 24th Street Theatre. Tickets and information at 24thstreet.org.
Written by:
Alan Chapman
Alan Chapman
Published on 10.01.2018

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