Community Events

Costly Desires (A multi-media play that combats human trafficking)

WHERE
Greenwood Square, 8420 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
WHEN
Friday, November 9, 2012 to Saturday, November 10, 2012
TIME
8pm

"Costly Desires" was created by an amazing group of professional christian artists who put together a multimedia theater piece on human trafficking.

The show has original music, film, and dance. Using these mediums, the performance follows the lives of two women, Mari, a love struck teenager involved with an older man, and Yen, an Asian mother who longs for a better life for her child in the United States. Both become caught in the web of human trafficking. All the money we make off of ticket sales will be donated to two christian organizations REST and The Genesis Project who are dedicated to help fight human trafficking by sharing Jesus with women and men who are being trafficked.

 This show is rated PG-13 because of its subject matter. Not advised for children under the age of 13.

 The show Performs on November 9th and 10th at 8pm

 tickets are $15.00

 You can buy tickets online at brown paper tickets go to

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/286055

You can also buy them at the door. We will open the box office a half hour before the show.

Event Sponsor: The Genesis Project and REST

Phone Number: (562) 354-3124

Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/HumanTraffickingProject

Public Email: Megano80@hotmail.com

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