Community Performances

Soul Fire

Presented by Playwrights Project and The City of San Diego Public Library, Soul Fire combines theatre, music, and movement to depict the spiritual and physical voyages of San Diego immigrants.


Written by Lisa Kirazian
Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg

Performed by Actors' Equity Association actors
and local professional actors


When
Saturday, June 9th at 7:30pm
Sunday, June 10th at 3:00pm

Where
City Heights Weingart Library Performance Annex
3795 Fairmount Ave.
San Diego, CA 92105

Open to the public- FREE admission!
Limited Seating; Reservations required.
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Each performance will be followed by a talk-back.

Soul Fire shares the stories of San Diegans who immigrated from Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Vietnam, China, Haiti, and Poland. Playwright Lisa Kirazian wove together over a dozen interviews to create Soul Fire, which was originally produced in 2004 as a collaboration between Playwrights Project and The City of San Diego Public Library.

This inaugural production of Playwrights Project's Mosaic program, which features professional productions of plays drawn from underserved communities. Mosaic honors the spirit of Mo'olelo supporters, who supported Mo'olelo's work before it closed its doors.

"Stirring, affecting... these stories will break your heart and make you think differently about your own life."
-Pat Launer, San Diego Theatre Critic

Questions or concerns? Contact write@playwrightsproject.org or (858) 384-2970.

Playwrights Project is a nonprofit corporation advancing literacy, creativity and communication by empowering individuals to voice their stories through playwriting programs and theatre productions.

The City of San Diego Public Library serves the informational, educational and recreational interests of San Diego through 35 branches, Central Library, and the READ/San Diego literacy program and an online presence.

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