Hotel Voices Favorite 



Feb 9 2010


San Francisco CA

The Revolutionary Theatre project co-written, co-directed and acted by writers, artists and poets currently living, surviving and sometimes thriving in Single Room Occupancy Hotels aka poor people housing in the Bay Area. 

 Hotel Voices theatrically speaks to and educates the world surrounding the real life experiences, and actual events (some of them life-changing) of people in poverty who reside in SRO (Single Room Occupancy) Hotels. 

 "There is more than one way to teach political consciousness. The revolution can also come through Hollywood bling, performances, storytelling, poetry, and art." Legendary words from "Mama" Dee Gray, Poverty Hero, POOR co-founder, mother of "Tiny" Lisa Gray-Garcia. 

 Hotel Voices is a 55 minute production and our cast of revolutionary poverty scholars are available to perform this powerful production at your school, organization, hotel or shelter. 

 Contact POOR at (415) 863-6306 or email to book the production. 

 Read a review of the piece here:
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