Lost & Found Project has announced a fundraiser show. Due to a high audience demand, "DOROGA" is back and performing for one night only on November 26 at 8 p.m. to benefit the Hurricane Sandy Relief fund. Directed by Ben Sargent, conceived & produced by Anna Zicer and co-produced by Marina Reydler, the production returns to the Baruch College Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave (entrance on 25th St), NYC.
Lost&Found Project's "DOROGA", an experimental theatre production created by a young Russian-Jewish cast through research and investigation into our family stories - explores personal stories of a Russian Jewish actors troupe born in the 70’s- 80’s in the Former Soviet Union, who immigrated to the U.S with their families.
The play incorporates events pre and post immigration and the transformation of these lives throughout those times. The production reflects a series of snapshots and intertwines dialogues between the past and the present.
General Admission tickets are $20. Tax deductible tickets are $75. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Hurricane Sandy Relief fund. To purchase tickets, call 646-312-5073 or click HERE.
Don't miss your chance to see this incredible theatrical piece and help those that lost everything due to Hurricane Sandy, as well as help Lost&Found Project create more projects through Folksbiene.ru and help those that lost everything due to Hurricane Sandy.
Lost&Found was founded by Anna Zicer. Sponsored by CWW (a project of COJECO- supported by the UJA-Federation of NY) and Genesis Philanthropy Group. With the generous collaboration of Bryna Wasserman, of the National Yiddish Theatre -- Folksbiene.
For more information, visit www.lostandfoundprod.com or www.nationalyiddishtheatre.org, or find Lost&Found on Facebook.