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Neat

From: L.A. Theatre Works
Series: L.A. Theatre Works
Length: 01:58:00

A solo performance from a master storyteller. Read the full description.
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Neat_artwork_small Actress and playwright Charlayne Woodard stars in a story about her journey on the road to self-revelation...and the influence of a most unlikely family member. Drawing upon every stage of her life, her tale ranges from the upstate New York of her childhood to the rural South of her grandparents and beyond. Neat: written and performed by Charlayne Woodard. 

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Piece Description

Actress and playwright Charlayne Woodard stars in a story about her journey on the road to self-revelation...and the influence of a most unlikely family member. Drawing upon every stage of her life, her tale ranges from the upstate New York of her childhood to the rural South of her grandparents and beyond. Neat: written and performed by Charlayne Woodard. 

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