Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide
DAYBREAK is a new play that highlights Armenian-American history, an emotionally powerful story that transforms darkness to light and hope for the future. Set in three different time periods, the play is inspired by the true stories of two women friends who are both survivors of the Armenian genocide. Fusing dream, memory, storytelling, music, and dance, the play carries the story of these women into the 21st century future, and celebrates the endurance of the human spirit.
Wednesday, Aug 21 Arts and Culture
Aram Tomasian is an Armenian immigrant living in 1920’s Milwaukee who has escaped the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 by the Turks in his homeland in Eastern Turkey. He wants to make a fresh start and build a new family in the new world to replace the family he lost to the genocide.
Saturday, Sep 7 Arts and Culture Other
Enjoy a fun-filled weekend of swimming in the waters of Lake Michigan, Fine Dining, Dancing, and KEF!
Sunday, Sep 29 Arts and Culture
The Antranig Dance Ensemble will celebrate its 50th Anniversary with a special performance highlighting its current repertoire and paying honor to some of its great performances from the past.
Sunday, Oct 27 Arts and Culture
Shushi Dance Ensemble's next BIG event will be on Sunday, October 27th, 2019 in memory of Charles Aznavour with Hayk Petrosyan from France and Iveta Mukuchyan from Germany.
Friday, Dec 6 Arts and Culture
Now in its 10th edition, the AGBU Performing Artists in Concert showcases the talents of young Armenian musicians who have benefited from the AGBU Performing Arts Scholarship Program.