Performing Arts

Play Resurrects Former Connecticut Housing Project

When Father Panik Village, a 50-year-old housing project in Bridgeport, Conn., was demolished in 1994, drugs and violence plagued the community. But former residents have not forgotten the earlier days of their neighborhood. Their memories are chronicled in a new play, Father Panik Village: The Untold Story. Tandaleya Wilder of member station WSHU reports.



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