Dramstage's Earlene Anthony was honored this Saturday, December 17, 2011 by the group
Spirited Woman - Women Inspiring Women for her work with young people and the erforming arts in the Downtown
Los Angeles Skid Row Community
weekly hour long internet radio broadcast streaming live from Central City East (Skid Row) featuring writing on the walls
community calendar music of the spheres
and voices from the Aether (click here to listen to previous shows)
play about homeless in L.A. This play is part
of USC’s Peace Center ‘The Nails Project’
to collect 100,000 nails – each nail represents
a homeless person.
Autohead is an excerpt from the play performed
by Earlene Anthony.
On Saturday, October 1, 2011 Dramastage-Qumran in conjunction with the Peace Center on the campus of USC had a chance to present 80,000 nails to Habitat for Humanity to be use for building affordable housing for low income community members.