Have you ever had a crush on someone, only to find out that you weren't their lone admirer... and your competition sure has a LOT to offer. Or maybe you've felt the blow of seeing a major love relationship go up in flames. Some of us have even felt these events alienate us from our friends and neighbors. Love and loss, the crushing feeling of unrequited affection, and how to move on are all universal experiences unpacked in eLLe, a thought-provoking, funny, and sexy play presented by Black Arts & Cultural Center's Face Off Theatre Company and Queer Theatre Kalamazoo. Join them for for performances in the Jolliffe Theatre, Epic Center, on the Downtown Mall, November 14th through the 17th. Each performance is preceded by A Ligature for Black Bodies, a short about police brutality by local playwright Denise Miller, head of OutFront Kalamazoo. This production is intended for mature audiences.

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