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Actors’ Gang Prison Project returns to ASP

Actors' Gang at Avenal State Prison (ASP) with multiple incarcerated people wearing stage makeup while performing.
The Actors' Gang Prison Project participants at ASP put on a special performance for visitors and loved ones.

The Avenal State Prison (ASP) Actors’ Gang Prison Project once again captivated the audience with talented and profound storytelling.

The event was graced by the presence of staff, friends, family, and formerly incarcerated, all coming together to witness the remarkable performance.

Former ASP Warden Rosemary Ndoh also attended the event, saying she was in awe at the actors’ exceptional performance and depth of the storyline.

Their powerful portrayal of narratives has entertained while also inspiring positive change.

The ASP Actors’ Gang impact goes beyond the stage, as their transformative influence continues to shine throughout the prison.

Their dedication and creativity serve as a beacon of hope, reminding us of the potential for redemption and growth, even in the most challenging of circumstances.

Learn more about the Actors’ Gang Prison Project on their website.

By Lt. Jose Reyes, AA/PIO
Avenal State Prison

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