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Red Dress Drama Addresses Morality
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AIR DATE: November 9, 2012

Cirque performer Wassa Coulibaly grew up in a traditional home in Senegal. In her new play, the Red Dress, she challenges some of the notions about morality that she grew up with. The play combines song, dance and poetry to tell a story about prostitution and redemption.
 
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Wassa Coulibaly, playwright, Red Dress
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    I din not get where and when this play, "The Red Dress", is performed?
    ansel boltonNov 8, 2012 10:29:16 AM
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