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The Tennessean on “Princess Cut” at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville

“A weekend piece at Tennessee Performing Arts Center delves into sex trafficking in Tennessee” – Fiona Soltes, The Tennessean

Play, panels address sex trafficking in Tennessee

A weekend piece at Tennessee Performing Arts Center delves into sex trafficking in Tennessee, followed by a panel discussion with representatives from End Slavery Tennessee, the Metro Nashville Police Department, the FBI and Second Life of Chattanooga.

“Princess Cut” tells the unfortunately true tale of a Knoxville girl who was trafficked by a family member into her teens. Brentwood High School grad Christian Barnett is among the cast and wrote music for the piece.

It runs 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday in Johnson Theater, 505 Deaderick St. Tickets are $24.99 through www.tpac.org. Parental discretion advised. Details: Search “Yellow Rose Productions” on Facebook.

— Fiona Soltes, for The Tennessean

View the article here: http://www.tennessean.com/story/life/arts/2014/11/13/sex-trafficking-tennessee-discussion/18912055/

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