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2018 New York Musical Festival
What does it mean to be a displaced immigrant in America?
Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 1:00PM
The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row
410 W 42nd St
(between 9th and Dyer Avenues)
Run time: 1 hour and 20 minutes
Book by Rebecca Aparicio
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Anthony Elkins
Based on the real-life events of Operación Pedro Pan, a young boy is sent to the U.S. to escape the growing dangers of post-revolutionary Cuba. To survive, Pedro must learn a new language and a new culture – while hoping to one day be reunited with his parents. With a score featuring the percussive rhythms of Havana to '60s New York soul, PEDRO PAN examines what it means to be a displaced immigrant in America. Winner 2017 NYMF Developmental Reading Award, Top 10 Off-Off B'way Shows 2015 (MWAT) and Theatre Is Easy's Best Bet 2015.
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