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Echo Reads Spring 2017 will present Three Italian Women, AKA: Carla Cooks the War. Carla was with the partisans during World War II. Antonia, her daughter, survived with her. Olivia, Antonia's daughter, tries to survive them both.

A non-traditional play about heroism, betrayals, the costs of surviving a war, gnocchi and the ephemeral nature of truth. The play was the winner of the $10,000 William Saroyan Human Rights/Social Justice Award in Playwriting.

Echo Reads Spring 2017 will present Three Italian Women, AKA: Carla Cooks the War. Carla was with the partisans during World War II. Antonia, her daughter, survived with her. Olivia, Antonia's daughter, tries to survive them both.

A non-traditional play about heroism, betrayals, the costs of surviving a war, gnocchi and the ephemeral nature of truth. The play was the winner of the $10,000 William Saroyan Human Rights/Social Justice Award in Playwriting.

Echo Reads Spring 2017 will present Three Italian Women, AKA: Carla Cooks the War. Carla was with the partisans during World War II. Antonia, her daughter, survived with her. Olivia, Antonia's daughter, tries to survive them both.

A non-traditional play about heroism, betrayals, the costs of surviving a war, gnocchi and the ephemeral nature of truth. The play was the winner of the $10,000 William Saroyan Human Rights/Social Justice Award in Playwriting.

WHEN

WHERE

Bath House Cultural Center
521 E. Lawther Dr.
Dallas, TX 75218
https://www.echotheatre.org/readings

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Admission is free.
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