5 Stars for Plumshuga

The Stages Theater put on a creative and all-around fantastic show with Plumshuga, which looks at the life of Lauren Anderson (Houston’s first ever black prima ballerina). Her battles with anxiety, addiction, and domestic abuse are shown alongside her landmark career, adding a fascinating and inspiring layer to the story of a Houston icon. #Starstruck #Video #Arts #Entertainment #Dance #Ballet #Houston #Plumshuga #Inspiration #Addiction #DomesticViolence https://youtu.be/wx8e-_f5yP4


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