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East Broadway Theater Project
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Manny Cantor Center
Date: April 01, 2019 to April 01, 2019
Where: Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway, New York, New York, United States, 10002
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Event Type: Arts & Theater
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East Broadway Theater Project Artistic Director: Gail Kriegel RED EMMA | A ReadingMonday | February 4 | 7:00pm | Room 159 RMaxine Kern dramatizes the remarkable life of Emma Goldman; a great social activist, anarchist and writer, whose achievements have been imprinted on American culture. CHINESE COUPLETS | Award Winning FilmMonday | March 4 | 7:00pm | Room 159 RMaster filmmaker, Felicia Lowe tells an epic story that reveals the impact of America's Chinese Exclusion Act on four generations of women; a film about family and identity, mothers and daughters, being immigrant and being American. 4 LIVES, 4 STORIES | A Concert ReadingMonday | April 1 | 7:00pm | Room 159 RAn evening of song as 4 notable cabaret singers share their stories through the songs that represent their lives. Their songbook includes works by Kander & Ebb, Comden & Green, Leonard Bernstein, Neil Diamond, and Micki Grant. TEN BY TEN | A First Draft Reading Monday | May 6 | 7:00pm | Room 159 RFrom the New York Times Article:Ten playwrights recreate the lives of Ten women who deserve statues. Some of the women portrayed are Shirley Chisholm, Beverly Sills, Dorothy Day, and Zora Neal Hurston.
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