LATVIA/LATVIA

DAUGHTER OF THE SUN: The Latvia Project opens this week as part of an evening called LATVIA/LATVIA.

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Originally simply, The Latvia Project, DAUGHTER OF THE SUN, is the latest incarnation of this piece developed by warner|shaw over the last several years with support from LMCC, The Paul Artist Residency at Indiana University, and Dixon Place.

ImageDAUGHTER OF THE SUN: The Latvia Project is an intersection of mythology, history and identity.  A Lecturer boldly goes off syllabus only to have her own hero, the sun goddess Saule, intervene, and school her on cultural appropriation, self-reliance, and what it means to write your own origin story.  Using the History of Latvia, the Dainas of Saule and the family artifacts that link us to our own past, DAUGHTER OF THE SUN asks us to confront the question “where are you from?”

Conceived and created by Annie G. Levy
with creative collaboration from Franny Silverman
Directed by Annie G. Levy and Franny Silverman
Featuring Julie Fitzpatrick* and Hanna Cheek*

20TH CENTURY PHOTOGRAPH
Directed by Jay Stern and Veronica Wigg with David Armanino, Mickey Ryan*, Joanna Parson*, Annie Watkins

For LATVIA/LATVIA
Set Designer – Sarah Edkins | Lighting Designer – Serena Wong | Costume Designer – Lara de Bruijn | Sound Designer – Avi Amon
Projection Designer – Chad Chenail | Stage Manager – Jordan Muller | Assistant Director – Chad Chenail
Assistant Directors – Jillian Goldstein, Jessica Osber, Ellise Lesser

* Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association

Thursday- Sunday, 1/23-26/14, 8:00pm
Access Theater Gallery – 380 Broadway, 4th Floor
Tickets available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/544102

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