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Dalila Ali Rajah, Joshua Gershick, Hunter Lee Hughes, Paul Jacek, Beverly Mickins
A Dramatic Reading adapted and directed by Joshua Gershick
July 28, 2014

“Dear ONE,” illuminates the lives of ordinary queer Americans as recounted through letters written between 1953 and 1967, to L.A.’s ONE Magazine, the first openly gay and lesbian periodical in the United States. Looking for love, friendship, advice or understanding, readers wrote of loneliness and longing, of joy and fulfillment, and of their daily lives, hidden from history. This dramatic reading was adapted and directed by Joshua Gershick from material from ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at USC.

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