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When Satire Is Used To Tackle Immigration And Health Care, There Are 'Stories To Be Told'

  

A new production at Sacramento State explores issues such as health insurance, immigration and unemployment through satire, comedy, dance and music.

Directed by professor Roberto Dario Pomo and instructor Lisa Carmen Ross, "Stories To Be Told" runs through Sunday, March 19th at Sacramento State’s Playwrights’ Theatre.

Pomo and Ross talk about the four tales that make up the absurdist comedy and why they chose to collaborate on this particular piece.

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