This premiere from Juilliard playwright Hilary Bettis (“The Americans”) follows a splintered family over 10 years of strength, struggle and love, as they face the profoundly personal drama of immigration.
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Show InformationPreviews: February 13, 2020 Opening: March 10, 2020 Closing: May 3, 2020 Duration: TBA
Group InformationGroup Minimum: 10
CASTAaron: Tyler Alverez Eva: Jacqueline Guillén Christian: Bobby Moreno Anita: Maria Elena Ramirez Billy: Triney Sandoval
CREATIVE STAFFWritten by: Hilary Bettis Director: Jo Bonney Sets: Rachel Hauck Costumes: Emilio Sosa Lighting: Lap Chi Chu Sound: Elisheba Ittoop
Seventy-two miles. That's the space between a recently deported mother in Nogales, Mexico and her husband and children in Tucson, Arizona. It's the distance measured in the graduations, anniversaries, and countless daily moments they spend apart - but also in the love that keeps them together, no matter where they are. Don't miss this profound and personal premiere from Juilliard playwright Hilary Bettis ("The Americans") and Jo Bonney (director of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Cost of Living).
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- Playing at:
Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre 111 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036
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