Innocent Flesh

Innocent Flesh

New play written and directed by NAACP Winner Kenyetta Lethridge. With both darkness and humor, Lethridge reveals a side of human nature that is often neglected and ignored. Innocent Flesh is loosely based on the real stories of four young girls and the hardships they face as underage prostitutes in America. Written in a multi-layered style that uses poetry, dance, and a modern take on the classic Greek Chorus, the play unveils the secrets of how girls from all walks of life can find themselves on the streets, selling their bodies to men. Innocent Flesh is performed by a cast of four female actors, whose characters end up in “the life.” Their stories deal with love, abandonment, rape, abortion, and molestation. Throughout the play, each character’s poignant cry for self-worth seems to fill a bottomless void with love. One by one, their hardened facades melt to reveal soft and vulnerable spirits.

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Show Category: Drama/Mature

Opening:Mar 15, 2012
Closing:May 11, 2012

Theater Information
Actors Temple Theatre
339 West 47th Street
New York, NY
Between 8th and 9th Ave.

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