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Tifton holds play to stop domestic violence

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A'maya Solomon, Actress A'maya Solomon, Actress
T. Y. Martin, Director T. Y. Martin, Director
TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

People in Tift County are using the arts to raise awareness about domestic violence. You can see the The play "Lord, Why Me" Saturday at the Tift Theatre.

The play focuses on one woman's struggle to overcome domestic violence. Directors putting on the play want those who see it to speak up if they are victims.

"We want people just to see themselves on stage, you know and get change some kind of way or go help somebody else that's being abused," said Director T.Y. Martin.

"I want them to see how wrong domestic violence is and if you are going through it you need to speak up," said Actress A'maya Solomon.

 The play starts at 6:00 p.m. You can get tickets in Albany at the First Monumental Faith Church and Maurice King's law office.

Tickets in Tifton are located at Ruth's Cottage, Beulah Hill Baptist Church, Leroy Rogers Center, Northside Baptist Church, and the Ritz.

Tickets in Valdosta are located at the Law Offices of Robert M.Clyatt.

Tickets in Moultrie are located at Newton Grove Baptist Church.

Other events and activities in Tifton for Domestic Violence Awareness Month include:

 "Walk A Mile in Her Shoes" at the Tifton-Harley Davidson on Thursday, October 24th at 6:00 p.m. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. Registration Forms are available at Tifton Harley-Davidson and Ruth's Cottage.

"High Heels High Times" at Tifton's Hilton Garden Inn on Thursday October 24th at 7:30 p.m. $20 Ticket Entry, tickets are available at HGI and Ruth's Cottage.

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