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Homeless given voice at Lincoln

A crowd of 300 primarily housed people filled Lincoln Theatre Saturday night for “There’s No Place Like Home,” a moving and heart breaking staged reading of Skagit County homeless people’s own words and lives.

Ten actors read on stage, dressed casually, one a young man wearing a hoodie, another, as a former pilot, wearing a stocking cap. A women emerged from a dome tent and walked onstage carrying bags of her possessions. The actors portrayed the words collected from homeless people using inflections, gestures, speaking simply, straightforwardly, sympathetically, emotionally, exquisitely and p...


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