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Who We Used To Be

A wounded animal sends a man's life hurtling out of control. An outcast fights to defend her home. A woman tries to bury the past. Myth, history and the search for Cleveland’s soul unite in this physical theater experience that explores the shifting identity of a city. From Marble Cities to Grand Celebrations, Who We Used To Be is the years-long culmination of Theater Ninjas’ series of work about civic imagination. Directed and Devised by Jeremy Paul. Starring Lauren Joy Fraley, Katherine Nash, Jeremy Paul, Beau Reinker, Shannon Sharkey and Jameka Terri

Venue Details

  • Theater Ninjas HQ

    5403 Detroit Ave., Cleveland West Side/Ohio City/Tremont/Detroit Shoreway

    440-773-4719

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