FACING HOMELESSNESS IN LA CROSSE
Everyone has a story to tell. The voices of our neighbors who have or are currently experiencing homelessness are important. This project elevates these voices who may have been silenced, ignored, or misunderstood in the past. The Facing Homelessness in La Crosse project encourages mutual vulnerability, empathy and trust. It connects project members human to human. The stories of our neighbors were respectfully collected by Western Technical College students, published into stories by University of Wisconsin-La Crosse students, and will be brought to life on stage by Viterbo University students. However, the stars of the project are the nine brave storytellers who lived the experience and are willing to share it.
Attend the FREE* community production of Facing Homelessness in La Crosse.
Tuesday, March 20 and Wednesday, March 21 at 7PM
Weber Center for the Performing Arts
428 Front Street, La Crosse
Join us for a reception and opportunity to learn more about the project before the show, starting at 6PM.
Reserve your free ticket in advance: Facing Homelessness Ticket Reservations
Reserved tickets can be picked up at Viterbo’s Box Office in advance or at Will Call the evening of the performance. A limited number of tickets will also be available at the Weber Center the evenings of the event.
Want more information or have a question about the project?
Contact one of our University team members:
Western Technical College.