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Drama Across Borders: The Politics & Poetics of Contemporary Theatre in Translation

This weekend, Cornell University and The Cherry Artspace hosted Drama Across Borders, a rare and wonderful site-specific conference of playwrights, translators, theatre scholars, directors, publishers, and producers of drama in translation from around the world.  Panels and performances explored the role of international drama in expanding the limits of our …
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From Land To Land: A Video & Sound Installation Exhibit

From Sunday April 22 through Sunday April 29, The Cherry Artspace hosted daily showings of FROM LAND TO LAND. FROM LAND TO LAND was an exhibit created by filmmaker and Cornell Assistant Professor Dehanza Rogers.  The video and sound installation explored the vulnerabilities of status by asking; What does it mean …
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SOMETHING THAT BELONGS TO YOU by Nobel Prize laureate Roald Hoffmann – presented for week of Holocaust rememberance

Performances: Sunday April 15 at 6:00pm at Ithaca College (Clark Lounge, Campus Center) and Tuesday April 17 at 7:00pm at The Cherry Artspace (102 Cherry St., Ithaca) DATE: April 6, 2018 MEDIA CONTACT: JENNIFER HERZOG jennifer@thecherry.org Something That Belongs To You: Nobel Laureate’s Autobiographical Play Presented for Week of Holocaust Remembrance …
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DREAM ACTS: a play about dreamers

Sunday, March 25 at 7:00pm at The Cherry Artspace! “Dream Acts,” written by an amazing cohort of international playwrights, including Cherry Resident Playwright Saviana Stanescu,  tells the stories of 5 Dream-Act-eligible undocumented teens facing the extraordinary challenge of living ordinary lives under the radar in the U.S. FREE AND OPEN TO …
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