Houses on the Moon Theater Company and Hostos Center for the Arts and Culture,
in collaboration with Hostos Repertory Company present
A theatrical exploration of firearms in America
Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.*
A reading of a new play, THE ASSIGNMENT
Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 12:30 p.m.**
Live Storytelling from people whose lives have been touched by guns.
Friday, April 8, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
(Play reading and selected live stories.)
Black Box (C 151)
Hostos Community College/CUNY
450 Grand Concourse (at 149 St.), The Bronx
General Admission: Free with ticket
Box office & info: 718-518-4455
Ticket window: Mon.- Fri., 1 :00 – 4:00pm and 2 hours prior to event
Transportation: 2, 4 or 5 to Grand Concourse & 149 St.
Coalition of the Theaters of Color
* THE ASSIGNMENT (working title). A staged reading of a new play by Camilo Almonacid and Houses on the Moon Theater Company.
With Erick Betancourt and Karen Kandel. Directed by Emily Weiner.
An English professor is shaken when a student’s personal essay describing an act of street violence from the shooter’s perspective reopens long buried wounds. This new play explores the long-term impact of gun violence from both sides of the gun barrel and the struggle to forgive.
**gUN COUNTRY Storytelling Program: true stories from people whose lives have been touched by guns.
Stories by Brenda Currin, Ian Eaton, Cristina Hernandez, Amir Khafagy, Benja Kay Thomas, Jenna Worsham. With Dashiell Eaves and Emily Weiner.
Curated by Jeffrey Solomon. Live music by Juancho Herrera
Professional Theater artists and members of the community will be sharing true stories about how guns have shaped their lives. This program of live storytelling, previously seen in New York at Dixon Place, has been described by audiences as powerful, soul stirring, deeply moving, surprising, hopeful and even humorous.
Supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Houses on the Moon Theater Company and
La Guardia Performing Arts Center Present
Acclaimed play about LGBT refugees seeking asylum in the U.S.
April 1st, 2016
APRIL 1st at 12pm and 7pm
La Guardia Performing Arts Center
31-10 Thomson Ave E-241 Long Island City NY 11101
Tickets: $15 (general)
$10 (students and educators with ID, seniors)
The matinee is free (though availability is limited.)
ONLINE TICKET SALES AT
*Box Office will open one hour prior to the start of all events
Community Legal Resource Network
CUNY School of Law
FREE DE NOVO PERFORMANCE!
Boys Club of New York – 321 East 111th Street (between Second and First Avenues)
FREE! No Advance Reservations. For more info: 212-828-9800 or email@example.com
PRESENTED BY NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL SPEAKER MELISSA MARK-VIVERITO, EL BARRIO/EAST HARLEM ANTI-VIOLENCE TASK FORCE & THE DISTRICT 8 IMMIGRANT SERVICE NETWORK
April 28th, DE NOVO, Special performance for City Council, Co-sponsored by Council Members Daniel Dromm and Carlos Menchaca. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
MAY 12that 10am and 1pm, DE NOVO, La Guardia Performing Arts Center on May 12th Student performances. Email email@example.com for more details.
MAY 20-21, gUN COUNTRY, Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (Jamaica, Queens) May 20th 10am (student performance), May 21st 730pm Community Performance (details to come.)
MAY 28-30, DE NOVO, Newtown High School, Elmhurst, Queens (details to come.)