Download the PDF poster for STATISTIC
Monday, April 20th, 5:30pm
National Black Theatre
2031 5th Ave, New York, NY
Free and open to all!
Reservations / Facebook Event
A forum play addressing the challenges of being out on parole, trying to make a life, when the deck is stacked against you. Created and performed by members of the Harlem Justice Corps. Inspired by the real-life experiences of the actors.
Presented by Theatre of the Oppressed NYC and Center for Court Innovation: Harlem Justice Corps in association with National Black Theatre.
Can't Get Right 2.0
Sunday, May 3rd, 4pm
LaMama ETC, Ellen Stewart Theatre
66 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003
Free and open to all!
An original forum play about injustice in the criminal justice system, performed by court-involved young adults from Harlem, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. Based on the real-life experiences of the ensemble.
Additional appearance on Sunday, May 10th, after the performance of Trash Cuisine by Belarus Free Theatre. Information and tickets.
Download the PDF poster for ¿Cuánto Vales?
La Vida de un Inmigrante/The Life of an Immigrant
Saturday, April 18th, 3pm
Little Theatre, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
31-10 Thomson Ave, Queens
¡Gratis y abierto a todos! Free and open to all!
Reservas/Reservations - Facebook
¿Cuánto Vales? examina la vida diaria de un inmigrante indocumentado y desamparado en Nueva York. Creado y actuado por El Grupo de ACQC:Astoria y basado en las experiencias reales de los actores.
¿Cuánto Vales? examines the day-to-day journey of an undocumented immigrant facing homelessness in New York City. Created and performed by El Grupo de ACQC:Astoria, based on the lived experiences of the ensemble.
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TONYC's 2015 Legislative Theatre Festival Thursday, June 4 - Saturday, June 6, 2015
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Mapping for Stories, by John Leo, December 29, 2014
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