Wednesday, 16 May 2012

The Lost and Found Project’s “Doroga” continues at Gene Frankel Theatre, 05/29/2012-06/03/2012

When: 05/29/2012 - 06/03/2012

Where: Gene Frankel Theatre Address: 24 Bond Street New York, NY 10012

Price: $30/$25 students

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Dear friends!

Due to an outpour of positive responses and high demand for its return, we are thrilled to announce that Lost & Found Project’s play, “ДOROGA,” is back for a limited week-long run of performances!

Since the show was sold out during its first run, we are offering you this opportunity in advance to purchase your tickets now! Here’s your chance to experience the show again or for the first time.

Take part in our stories and share yours with us. It will be a “ДOROGA” worth taking….

Our “ДOROGA” continues on May 29-June 3 (Tues-Sat @8pm, with Sat/Sun matinees @3pm).

Storytellers are:

Alya Adelman, Anna Zicer, Boris Zilberman, Jane Tuv,

Jordan Elizabeth Gelber, Marina Reydler, Mariya King, Ruslan Verkhovsky, Ruvym Gilman and Sergey Nagorny

Destination: The Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond St, NYC

Tickets are $30 /$25 students..

*please contact for promo code to purchase student tickets*

*We are very excited and honored to be part of The Russian Heritage Festival’s 10 year anniversary!*

About the play

“ДOROGA”, is an interactive play that explores personal family stories about the Russian-Jewish immigrant experience through a series of dramatic snapshots and a dialogue between the past and the present. Conceived by Anna Zicer, written by the Lost & Found cast, and directed by Ben Sargent, “ДOROGA” is a gripping theatrical oeuvre that will transport audiences between decades of lost memories and uncovered experiences.

An affiliate of the National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene, Lost & Found Project is sponsored by CWW a project of COJECO supported by the UJA-Federation of NY and Genesis Philanthropy Group.