Broken | Oct 31

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Act Trinity, Inc., a non-profit performing arts company based in Durham, NC, presents its 2009-10 inaugural show, Broken, written by Veronique MacRae and directed by Terrence Winborne.

The piece is a snapshot into the lives of three women balancing the struggles of relationships and faith as life deals them unexpected twist and turns.  A story of abuse, death, and wrong choices, Broken exposes the failures of the human heart and reveals that sometimes in order to be whole and healed, one may have to come to their breaking point in which they can no longer continue in their morbid existence, but strive for a plan greater than their own.

Featuring a blended cast of NCCU alumni and students, professional actors and community youth, Broken runs on Saturday, October 31, 2009 at the PSI Theatre of the Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701.

Tickets are $20 which includes a pre-show reception at 7:00pm.  Show begins at 8:00pm.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please call 919-699-4604 or visit www.acttrinity.org/broken.

Productions of Act Trinity focus on social justice, health awareness, youth and Christian/faith-based ministry.  A portion of ticket sales from Act Trinity productions support various non-profit organizations.

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