Not Blood Paint and four more shows to see in Philadelphia this summer

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Put these fiveperformances on your summer calendar now.

‘Jamaica Farewell’
The Jamaica Cultural Alliance presents Kingston native Debra Ehrhardt’s one-woman play about smuggling a million dollars in cash to Miami for a CIA agent.
June 13, Annenberg Center, 3680 Walnut St., 215-898-3900,

‘My Mother Has 4 Noses’
Acclaimed singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke performs her one-woman show about her experience caring for her ailing mother with storytelling and songs.
June 16-28, People’s Light, 39 Conestoga Rd., Malvern, 610-644-3500,

‘Lulu’s Golden Shoes’
Flashpoint Theatre Company presents Philly playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes’ rarely-produced coming-of-age story about a North Philly barrio girl in a comic book-inspired fantasy.
July 15-Aug. 2, Caplan Studio Theatre, University of the Arts, 215-665-9720,

One-Minute Play Festival
InterAct Theatre Company hosts the second annual festival of 60-second micro-plays penned by Philly area playwrights.
Aug. 3-5, The Adrienne, 2030 Sansom St., 215-568-8079,

Not Blood Paint
The theatrical band employs a concept called “New Suit Methodology” to ensure a different experience at each show, incorporating costumes, set pieces, and audience plants into their concerts.
Aug. 14, FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Blvd., 215-413-1318, www.fringearts.

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