La Casa Rosa tells the story of the necessity and difficulty of finding a way forward for every community impacted by free trade and migration. Drawing inspiration from the real lives and experiences of a group of women from the town of Tetlanohcan, Mexico, the play is the tale of two sisters struggling for control of their ancestral land and for the realization of their very distinct definitions of development and visions for the future of their world. How do we protect what matters? How do we address a system that seems intent on limiting our options? How do we find common ground and a better quality of life?
Sunday, August 8th
154 Christopher Street, New York City
(Map and Directions: maps.google.com/places/us/ny/new-york/manhattan/christopher-st/154/-wings-theatre)
7 PM: Refreshments
8 PM: Performance
September Tour in New York and Connecticut coming soon.
Excerpts from La Casa Rosa:
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