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A Little Potato and Hard To Peel 

When: June 16-17 2015

A LITTLE POTATO AND HARD TO PEEL

CAM RALEIGH, RALEIGH

TUESDAY, JUNE 16–WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17

As Burning Coal Theatre Company opens its mini-fest of solo plays in Raleigh, another one of note arrives in town. David Harrell is a New York-based actor who got an MFA in theater at UNC-Greensboro. He is also a disability advocate who was born in Georgia in the 1970s without a right hand, all of which is folded into A Little Potato and Hard to Peel. In this acclaimed, much-toured solo show, Harrell relates the story of growing up wearing a metal hook with humor, humility and insight, as he searches for the barrier of the "normal" and, finally, breaks through it. Presented by Arts Access and CAM Raleigh, the performances are free, but seating is limited—call 919-833-9919 or email betsy@artsaccessinc.org to make a reservation. The event is suitable for all ages and abilities, and Audio Description services are provided. 6:45 p.m., free, 409 W. Martin St., Raleigh, 919-833-9919, www.facebook.com/ArtsAccessInc. —Brian Howe

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