The Latvia Project – a piece exploring personal mythology and national identity
It all started with an arcane footnote, a six hundred year-long tragedy, a letter of national introduction, a highly empathic sun goddess and a mythologically-inclined searcher who must make her peace with History.
The Latvia Project is a piece exploring personal mythology and national identity. After learning that all sides of her family resided in Latvia before immigrating to the US, with no records surviving their time there, our protagonist is drawn to the mythology of a new past intertwined with that of Latvia’s emerging future.
Conceived and Directed by Annie G. Levy
Created in Collaboration with Franny Silverman
Choreography by Allison Ross
The Latvia Project has received support from:
- LMCC 2010 Uptown/Downtown Workshop and Performance Opportunity, in collaboration with the Harlem Arts Alliance and The Field
- The Dorit and Gerald Paul Artist Residency at the Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University
- The Watermill Center / Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab Partnership
Friday, May 18th, 9:30pm
Dixon Place Works-in-Progress Series
161A Chrystie St (btw Rivington & Delancey)
Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at the door ($10 students/seniors)
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