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Art as a way of rehabilitation

Actress Rhodessa Jones, who has written a play about women prison inmates entitled 'Big-Butt Girls, Hard-Headed Women'

Today we will talk about theatre as a social institution. Rhodessa Jones, actress, writer and teacher, is the founder and director of a media project called "Theatre for Incarcerated Women" - a project designed to promote self-awareness and self esteem through the creation and production of theatre pieces based upon the personal history of convicts. Recently she brought her performance to Moscow. Rhodessa Jones is the guest on Spotlight today.