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PHOTOS: Lee Strasberg Students Bring Harvey Milk Speeches to Life

Sun, May 19, 2013   By Jon Viscott   

On Saturday, students from the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute put on “A Moment with Harvey Milk,” a pop-up street theatre performance that included monologues from politician and gay activist Harvey Milk’s speeches and musical performance pieces from the show “Rent.”

Below, see photos from freelance photographer Jon Viscott.

A Moment With Harvey Milk

At right, Stuart Milk, Harvey Milk’s nephew, watches the performance.

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About Jon Viscott

Originally from Boston, Jon Viscott moved to Los Angeles in 1986 to pursue new endeavors. He has lived in West Hollywood for 18 years and enjoys the small home-town feel with all the big city perks. Currently he designs, develops and hosts websites for small businesses throughout the U.S. at viscott.com. A professional photographer, he shoots a wide range of subjects ranging from concerts to local government meetings.

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