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Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: in the Act, Storm of the Gods, inspired by the Susanoo-no-Mikoto story of Japan, Amatarasu, Goddess of Sun and Fire (portrayed by Omarri Vargas) confronts Susanoo, God of Storms and Seas (portrayed by Amaan Dixon) concerning his bad behavior.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: in the Act, Storm of the Gods, inspired by the Susanoo-no-Mikoto story of Japan, Amatarasu, Goddess of Sun and Fire (portrayed by Omarri Vargas) confronts Susanoo, God of Storms and Seas (portrayed by Amaan Dixon) concerning his bad behavior.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: In the act entitled To the River, inspired by Selekana and the River Goddess, A South African Myth, Selekana (portrayed by Tasheania Lee) sings a song to Dezbezisa, the River Goddess, asking for her blessing.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: In the act entitled To the River, inspired by Selekana and the River Goddess, A South African Myth, Selekana (portrayed by Tasheania Lee) sings a song to Dezbezisa, the River Goddess, asking for her blessing.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: In the act titled To the River, inspired by Selekana and the River Goddess, Anna, an elder of the village (portrayed by Omarri Vargas) offers encouragement and advise to Selekana, as Selekana preservers through hardship and endures the taunts of other youths.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: In the act titled To the River, inspired by Selekana and the River Goddess, Anna, an elder of the village (portrayed by Omarri Vargas) offers encouragement and advise to Selekana, as Selekana preservers through hardship and endures the taunts of other youths.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: Dezbezisa, the River Goddess (portrayed by Dezhanay Simmons) rewards Selekana (portrayed by Tasheania Lee) with gifts for her good deeds.

PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program performance of an original new play, Lost in the Water, Herman Park, W. 58th and Herman Avenue: Dezbezisa, the River Goddess (portrayed by Dezhanay Simmons) rewards Selekana (portrayed by Tasheania Lee) with gifts for her good deeds.

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