Lost&Found presents: “Old New Year”

A new multidisciplinary theater piece exploring a mosaic of interrelated personal stories, relationships, and struggles faced by New Yorkers trying to find their way home. The engaging narrative of “Old New Year” recalls those moments when you’re looking at the lit windows of NYC buildings in the evening and trying to guess what kind of […]

Apr 26 — May 13
7:00 pm

8:00 pm
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A new multidisciplinary theater piece exploring a mosaic of interrelated personal stories, relationships, and struggles faced by New Yorkers trying to find their way home.

The engaging narrative of “Old New Year” recalls those moments when you’re looking at the lit windows of NYC buildings in the evening and trying to guess what kind of life takes place behind them. What events would cause them to decide if they will forge a New Path in a New Day, or repeat the Old Stumbles of the Old Year?

Written by Boris Zilberman
Directed by Bryna Wasserman
Produced & curated by Anya Zicer
Score & Sound design by Alex Ryaboy
When: Wednesday, April 26th – Saturday, May 13th
Where: 345 E 104th Street, New York, NY, 10029
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345 E 104th St, New York, NY 10029, United States

Lost&Found Project - a FolksbieneRU Division

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lost&found_logoLost & Found Project - a FolksbieneRU Division is an experimental theatrical project based on collective personal family stories from before and during Russian Jewish immigration to the US. FoksbieneRU is a partnership initiative of the Genesis Philanthropy Group and National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene.