‘Bare Minimum’ looks at life and poverty

Bare Minimum poster

The student written and performed “Wanted: Bare Minimum,” is on stage at Shoreline Community College this weekend.

There are three showings of WANTED: Bare Minimum this week. Shows will take place Thursday, Friday and Saturday (March 13, 14 &15) at 7:30.

Part fiction, part documentary, Shoreline Community College Acting and Film students present “Wanted: Bare Minimum”.  This student written and produced play explores the good, bad and the ugly of our vision versus the reality of the American dream.

As reviewed on pivotedmonds.com:

“This show explores, as reviewed on Edmond’s Pivot: “The effects of the recent recession, how our news handles it, how the impact knows no social, economic or racial barriers. The foreclosure crisis in our country and the impact on families and many, many educated and professional workers – so many over 45. The other side of the coin takes us to students today, fighting to get their education as they know that it is the way out – but at what cost? A hard look at the privilege so many of us take for granted and the the questions that leave us embracing what truly matters. Yup, all of that is one blur of time as 90 minutes whizzes past and you are left a little more seasoned by life through the experience of watching these true stories pass in front of your eyes.”

Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Cost is $7 for Shoreline students, $9 for Staff, non-scc students and seniors and $11 general admission.


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