Staged reading of the play "DAYBREAK"

Staged reading of the play "DAYBREAK"

Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

Description

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.

When

Friday, April 21, 7:30 - 9:30pm

Where

Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, 520 8th Ave., 3rd Fl, Bruce Mitchell Room, New York, NY 10018 Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, 520 8th Ave., 3rd Fl, Bruce Mitchell Room, New York, NY 10018 Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, 520 8th Ave., 3rd Fl, Bruce Mitchell Room, New York, NY 10018

Admission

FREE / Limited seating, first come, first served / Advance reservations required: email info@panasianrep.org / $10 suggested donation at door

Organizers

Pan Asian Repertory Theatre

Event contact info

For reservations (required): email info@panasianrep.org, or call 212-868-4030.

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