LOST CHILDREN

A PLAY IN TWENTY QUESTIONS

BASED ON THE BEST-SELLING BOOK "TELL ME HOW IT ENDS" BY VALERIA LUISELLI

Saturday August 29 at 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm
37 Howe St, New Haven, CT

PERFORMANCES ARE IN SPANISH

Whether rain or shine, audience members can join us in the backyard one hour before the show to meet the creative team and the young migrants who co-created this original production.

“With anger and lucidity, Luiselli depicts the nightmares these children are forced to flee in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, as well as the destructive ignorance and bigotry that awaits them in America."

This world premier stage adaptation is produced by the New York-based ID Studio Theater, in collaboration with the Connecticut-based human rights organization Unidad Latina en Acción.  Interviews with child migrants of New Haven are woven into the performance.

Seating is limited.

To ensure everyone’s safety, the audience will be very small, windows will be open, and masks are required.  Please reserve your seat today!  Questions? 203-606-3484

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