Crescent Moon Theater Productions
Hold On, When Everything Changes in a Flash
Date(s) & Time(s): Fri, Jun 16, 7:00 PM and Sat, Jun 17, 2:00 PM
Duration: 60 mins w/out intermission
Location: 2781 24th St, SF, CA, 94110
Venue: BRAVA Studio
Early Bird: $20, Advance: $25, Door: $28
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Audience members and participants are encouraged to wear a mask to protect against COVID-19. We ask people who have a temperature or feel unwell to not attend.
If you cannot attend, but would like to support the artist, thank you for making a donation.
Engagement funded in part by:
California Arts Council
Featuring Performances by:: Rosalio Tejax, Mahajabin Khanzada, Noor Almusahwi, Emma Carrero
Composer: Layle Omeran
Directed by: Polina Smith
Set Designer & Stage Manager: Raphael Buenaventura
Production DetailsHold On, When Everything Changes in a Flash
Many of us have seen the images of the Aghan people clinging to the airplanes as the Taliban took over Kabul, and we remember vividly the videos of kids put into detention centers, separated from their parents, after crossing knee-deep in the Rio Grande. Fewer of us have heard these stories firsthand from the people who lived them. We invite you to experience the humanity behind the headlines. In "Hold On, When Everything Changes in a Flash," four young adults share their courageous stories of fleeing their home countries of Guatemala, Afghanistan, Iraq and Venezuela. We hope guests will gain a deeper understanding of the refugee crisis, bear witness to the harrowing journeys and welcome those who now call the US home. Professional musicians and dancers help create an intimate evening of storytelling.
There will be an onstage conversation with the artists following the performance on Friday June 16.Crescent Moon Theater Productions
Crescent Moon Theater Productions creates original and thought-provoking new work that spans across the disciplines of theater, dance, music and circus. For several years, CMTP also produced Blessed Unrest, an annual arts and social justice festival in San Francisco.