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A young woman, battered (literally) by life’s outrageous fortune, finds redemption and healing in a poem that lifts her heart as the wind lifts the wings of a bird.

Does it matter that she finds this solace while doing bumps and grinds as a pole dancer in Sydney, Australia?

In “The Ravens,” the new play at Laurel’s Venus Theatre, it matters not. The play dares the audience to find the emotional link between Shakespeare’s 1601 poem “The Phoenix and the Turtle” and the travails of a tough cookie trying to hold on to a shred of personal dignity in a brutal environment.

Venus is hosting the stage premiere of “The Ravens,” an award-winning radio drama by Australia’s Alana Valentine, who also wrote the play “Soft Revolution” that was performed at Venus.

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