August 13, 2014 - Letters from UndocuAsians, Barrow Street Theatre

Tuesday, Jul 8, 2014

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Last year, undocumented Asian youth members of RAISE (Revolutionizing Asian American Immigrant Stories on the East Coast) shared their personal stories of growing up in the United States in a stirring performance of #UndocuAsians

On August 13, they will return with a new theater production, Letters from UndocuAsians

Note new location: Barrow Street Theatre, 27 Barrow Street, NYC. (Directions: #1 to Christopher Street; A/C/E/B/D/F/M to West 4th Street.)

Tickets are $20 (general admission); $15 (students). Buy your tickets today!

Click here for more information about RAISE and its recent activities.


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