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Amnesia – a new play about race and immigration

La Peña Cultural Center Presents                                                              Amnesia Flyer FINAL High res-page-0

Amnesia

A New Play about Race and Immigration
Written and Performed by Ariel Luckey
Directed by Susannah Martin
Music by Lila Sklar
Dramaturgy by Corey Fischer

Featuring Dan Cantrell (accordion), eO (trumpet/production), Jessica Ivry (cello), Lila Sklar (violin) and Valentino (percussion)

Layering theater, dance, spoken word and an original score inspired by hip hop, Klezmer and Mexican folk music, Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York’s Lower East Side to Phoenix, Arizona, only to find that the violence his family fled cannot be so easily forgotten.

Thursday-Saturday, May 15-17th at 8:00 PM
Sunday, May 18th at 7:00 PM
$18-25 sliding scale

The performance on Saturday the 17th will be followed by a post-show dialogue with Rabbi David Cooper from Kehilla Community Synagogue, Patricia Contreras Flores from East Bay Alliance for A Sustainable Economy and Sophia Lanza-Weil from Bend the Arc.

Production Team: Rebecca Castelli, Christine Crook, Steve Decker, Cory Sands, Meeka Schmalle, Wolfgang Wachalovsky

Amnesia has been commissioned by La Peña Cultural Center with support from The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s 2012 Playwright Commissioning Award, the Kenneth Rainin Foundation’s 2013 Visibility Award and the Zellerbach Family Foundation’s 2014 Community Arts Fund.

www.arielluckey.com
www.lapena.org

Amnesia – a new play about race and immigration

La Peña Cultural Center Presents                                                                    Amnesia Flyer FINAL High res-page-0

Amnesia

A New Play about Race and Immigration
Written and Performed by Ariel Luckey
Directed by Susannah Martin
Music by Lila Sklar
Dramaturgy by Corey Fischer

Featuring Dan Cantrell (accordion), eO (trumpet/production), Jessica Ivry (cello), Lila Sklar (violin) and Valentino (percussion)

Layering theater, dance, spoken word and an original score inspired by hip hop, Klezmer and Mexican folk music, Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York’s Lower East Side to Phoenix, Arizona, only to find that the violence his family fled cannot be so easily forgotten.

Thursday-Saturday, May 15-17th at 8:00 PM
Sunday, May 18th at 7:00 PM
$18-25 sliding scale

The performance on Saturday the 17th will be followed by a post-show dialogue with Rabbi David Cooper from Kehilla Community Synagogue, Patricia Contreras Flores from East Bay Alliance for A Sustainable Economy and Sophia Lanza-Weil from Bend the Arc.

Production Team: Rebecca Castelli, Christine Crook, Steve Decker, Cory Sands, Meeka Schmalle, Wolfgang Wachalovsky

Amnesia has been commissioned by La Peña Cultural Center with support from The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s 2012 Playwright Commissioning Award, the Kenneth Rainin Foundation’s 2013 Visibility Award and the Zellerbach Family Foundation’s 2014 Community Arts Fund.

www.arielluckey.com
www.lapena.org

Amnesia – a new play about race and immigration

La Peña Cultural Center Presents                                                                                                     Amnesia Flyer FINAL High res-page-0

Amnesia

A New Play about Race and Immigration
Written and Performed by Ariel Luckey
Directed by Susannah Martin
Music by Lila Sklar
Dramaturgy by Corey Fischer

Featuring Dan Cantrell (accordion), eO (trumpet/production), Jessica Ivry (cello), Lila Sklar (violin) and Valentino (percussion)

Layering theater, dance, spoken word and an original score inspired by hip hop, Klezmer and Mexican folk music, Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York’s Lower East Side to Phoenix, Arizona, only to find that the violence his family fled cannot be so easily forgotten.

Thursday-Saturday, May 15-17th at 8:00 PM
Sunday, May 18th at 7:00 PM
$18-25 sliding scale

The performance on Saturday the 17th will be followed by a post-show dialogue with Rabbi David Cooper from Kehilla Community Synagogue, Patricia Contreras Flores from East Bay Alliance for A Sustainable Economy and Sophia Lanza-Weil from Bend the Arc.

Production Team: Rebecca Castelli, Christine Crook, Steve Decker, Cory Sands, Meeka Schmalle, Wolfgang Wachalovsky

Amnesia has been commissioned by La Peña Cultural Center with support from The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s 2012 Playwright Commissioning Award, the Kenneth Rainin Foundation’s 2013 Visibility Award and the Zellerbach Family Foundation’s 2014 Community Arts Fund.

www.arielluckey.com
www.lapena.org

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