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Embracing diversities with No Sex in the City


Published (Volume 75, No. 8)


Are you tired of the trials you have in your life?  If so, drop your worries and come experience a one-man comedy show that is guaranteed to make you forget your troubles.

Mark your calendars for October 14th and enjoy the funniest one act show touring college campuses everywhere.

The Student Social Work Association, ALLIES and Student Life are proud to sponsor, No Sex in the City. 

This production is written and performed by Northern Kentucky University student, Jocardo Edward Ralston. 

Mr. Ralston will graduate in May 2003 with a BFA in playwriting.

This performance will be uplifting as well as entertaining. 

It is an invitation to students, faculty and community members to welcome and appreciate diversity while embracing each other’s differences large and small. 

According to Mr. Ralston, it is “finding the true beauty that lies within us all and the journey of self discovery through laughter, tears and family.  No matter what your size, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, etc. you are wonderful just the way you are.  We are all able (and worthy) to enjoy God’s gift.”

Come and enjoy an uplifting and refreshingly honest production and see another side of life.

The show will be at 9 p.m. at the Fulton Theatre in Fine Arts.