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1776, A Fresh Start

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Based on the short story by Leland Cheuk, 1776, A Fresh Start is a multidisciplinary theatrical performance with sounds, sights, movements, and rhythms, clamoring in a dystopian future where America has lost its ascendance to Russia, India, and China. When depersonalized American workers plan a rebellion, a memory-erased janitor must make a fateful decision amidst global capitalism gone feral.

Adapted for the stage by Nancy Greening
Original Music Compositions by Whitney George, Stephanie Greig, Jinhee Han, Ann Warren
Choreography by Johari Mayfield
Projections by Robert Morton
Directed by Polina Ionina

Performed by Rose Kow Xiu Yi – Violin, Jasper Davis – Bass Trombone, Johari Mayfield – Dancer

Earlier Event: March 24
Healing the female spirit
Later Event: September 22
Rhythms in Recovery