Free; 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Haitian-American playwright/performance artist Lenelle Moise is coming to town as featured artist for the 10th anniversary of U of L’s Prevention, Education, and Advocacy on Campus and in the Community (PEACC) Program. Her appearances will be capped by a talk at the Red Barn on Tuesday evening as part of the annual Take Back the Night event. The evening will include a number of artists, performers and speakers, along with the traditional Speak Out session, a march and candlelight vigil to bring about awareness and encourage prevention of violence against women.
Moise has two additional items on the local calendar. On Monday night, she directs a performance of “Cornered in the Dark” as performed by students from Jefferson Community & Technical College (5 p.m., Hartford Building). Tuesday at noon, Moise is speaking at the Red Barn at a Women’s Empowerment Luncheon ($6 tickets). —T.E. Lyons