Attorneys Assist Theatre with
Homeless Shelter Production
Nelson Mullins attorneys assisted DC area homeless women tell their life stories through their pro bono work for The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts, an independent, nonprofit school for the dramatic arts.
After introductions to the Firm through contacts of Public Strategies' Chris Cushing, attorneys Alexis Gilroy, Kathryn Reed, Hae Min and Donna Lewis are assisting with a variety of general corporate governance, media and contracts matters for the Theatre Lab. Of particular note was their support of an original play performed at the Kennedy Center by a special group of Theatre Lab students from the N Street Village, a shelter for homeless women providing addiction recovery and other programs. Their stories were presented in "My Soul Look Back and Wonder: Life Stories from Women in Recovery."
Fifteen shelter residents delivered music, monologues, and vignettes about relapse and recovery. The presentation was followed by a panel discussion led by the director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. Nelson Mullins was recognized in the playbill.
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