Reading of Jeff Augustin's LITTLE CHILDREN DREAM OF GOD - Sept. 10 in New York
You Are Invited to a Developmental Reading of
Little Children Dream of God by Jeff Augustin
Directed by David E. Bruin
Featuring Ngozi Anyanwu, Vandit Bhatt, Catherine Eaton, Joaquina Kalukango, Marc LeVasseur, and Tobias Segal
Monday September 10th
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at
The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036
Please join us for the first New York presentation of this exciting, new play. Risking it all to ensure a better life for her unborn son, Sula travels from Haiti to America on a car tire. She quickly befriends Joel, a landlord whose housing development is threatened by Miami's gentrification. To make ends meet, Sula nannies for a troubled young couple who are fighting to save their marriage. As she attempts to establish some stability in this new world, her fears mount when she discovers her son cannot cry. A kaleidoscopic story woven with mythic dreams, Little Children Dream of God is the story of a community and its inhabitants on the verge of change and a reconciliation with histories, both cultural and personal.
To reserve your seat(s) at this event, please RSVP to email@example.com or call (317) 292-4227. Please leave your name and the number of seats you are requesting.
Suggested $5.00 donation at the door
A Snapdragon Production
Allison Bressi and David E. Bruin
Co-Producing Artistic Directors
To play a role in making this workshop possible, please visit https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=3826 to make a donation in support of Snapdragon and the development of new works, including Little Children Dream of God. All donations made before September 9, 2012 will be recognized on the Playbill for the performance.
Snapdragon is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Snapdragon must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Chinyere Joanna Anyanwu
"I am African,not because I was born in Africa,but because Africa is born in me"-Nkrumah