It’s time to get down to “Monkey Business”
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Journey East students with Leland & Gray students to perform.
Journey East students with Leland & Gray students to perform.
TOWNSHEND- After a month-long performance tour of China, Journey East will present its home show in the Leland & Gray gymnasium on Friday, May 2, at 7:30 pm.

In the vaudevillian tradition, “Monkey Business” is filled with comic skits, music, dance, and mime.

Slides of the journey, which involved extensive travel through Beijing, provinces in southwest China, and a nine-day residency at the Arts College of Inner Mongolia University in Hohhot, will be shown at 7 pm.

The 16 students are anxious to share their experiences. People are encouraged to come with questions. The performance is free and open to the public.
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