March, 2010 The Bohemian National Hall
321 East 73rd Street, New York City

Performed at the newly refurbished Bohemian National
Hall, the original home of the Manhattan Theater Club.
The production uses the vast expanse of the hall to create
an environmental production in the center of its ballroom, accompanied by live choral singing from the balconies. This production introduces this beautiful and historic space to New York in its newest incarnation, being the first full run at the theater after over fifteen years of renovation by the Czech government. It is also a part of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts’ festival, Performing Revolution in Central and Eastern Europe.

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