The Salvation Army ReCreate Cafe presents
Walk In My Shoes: Stories From Chattanooga's Homeless and Non-Homeless Citizens- Christmas Edition
December 13-14 at 7:30 pm, December 14-15 at 2:30 pm, December 16 at 7:30 pm.
Due to the overwhelming response of the first Edition of Walk In My Shoes- True Stories from Chattanooga's Homeless and Non-Homeless Citizens on August 16, we are excited to be using the same format to create a Christmas Edition.
Each performer will tell someone else’s story rather than their own. Someone who is homeless or who has been tells the story of someone who has never been homeless and vice versa. Therefore, all the performers are "walking in someone else’s shoes." This production will explore the range of emotions people feel at Christmas varying from intense happiness to extreme despair. Hopefully by presenting these stories the audience will see they are not alone and gain new insight about the Holiday Season.
Admission- Name Your Own Price!
We want anyone to see this production without money being a hindrance. So you get to "name your own price". We suggest a minimum donation of $5.00 per ticket.
*A Service Charge will be added.
Due to the intimate nature of our venue tickets are highly recommended to insure you have a seat for your preferred performance.
Your donations insure that The Salvation Army is able to continue to bring innovative programming like this to our community.
For more information contact Tenika Dye, ReCreate Café Artistic Director, at 423-305-6208 or by email at email@example.com.
The Salvation Army's ReCreate Cafe
The Salvation Army 614 Corps and the ReCreate Café's primary purpose is “to be a safe haven for the homeless during the day when shelters are closed, meeting physical, social, and spiritual needs without discrimination.”
The Arts Program of ReCreate Café is dedicated to providing creative opportunities for the homeless community as well as area artists. This unifying idea is a hands-on way of bringing people together from all segments of the community, regardless of their housing situation.