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Uptown Festival of New Plays

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

7:00 p.m.9:00 p.m.

This event repeats every day between 6/19/2013 and 6/23/2013.

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Morris-Jumel Mansion is pleased to once again partner with the People’s Theatre Project on an exciting four-day festival of new plays. Admission to the festival is pay-what-you-can and each performance will be followed by a discussion with the playwright, director and actors.

Play Schedule

June 19th @ 7pm – OUT THERE by Lina Sarrello

Two rafters, two soldiers of the revolution, a flight dispatcher and a pilot try to find answers beyond the horizon

June 20th @ 7pm -  MALVADO by Jason Ramirez

A Nuyorican family drama chronicling the generational conflicts present in Latino families in the Bronx of the 1970s.

June 21st @ 7pm – DIRTY BLOOD by Stacy Osei-Kuffour

A racially tense triangle is created, when two Louisiana detectives, one white one black, interrogate a black teacher on the disappearance of one of her students.  We find out that nobody is clean.

June 22nd @ 7pm – THE MOSQUITO NET by Kimberly del Busto

A multimedia testimony play examining human rights controversies in contemporary Cuba

June 23rd @ 3pm – SOUTH BRONX v. HOLLYWOOD by Carlos J. Serrano

A South Bronx community discovers there is a thin line between truth and stereotype as a Hollywood company arrives to film Fort Apache: The Bronx.

Location

Morris-Jumel Mansion in Roger Morris Park Accessible
65 Jumel Terrace
Manhattan
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Cost

Admission to the festival is pay-what-you-can

Contact Number

(212) 923-8008

Contact Email

education@morrisjumel.org

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Roger Morris Park Weather

  • Thu
    Breezy
    63°F
  • Fri
    Partly Sunny
    63°F
  • Sat
    Chance Showers
    69°F
  • Sun
    Mostly Sunny
    62°F

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