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In To America
An extraordinary story 400 years in the making! The American immigrant experience, from Jamestown to present day, is traced through the stories of ordinary men, women, and children who departed from their homelands in the hopes of creating a new life. This moving performance from Griffin Theatre Company transcends time, space, and race to reflect the diversity and commonalities of our shared American experience.
Audience members are invited to stay for a post-show discussion following the performance.
Griffin Theatre Company
In To America
Sunday, April 28
Directed by Dorothy Milne
Adapted for the Stage by William Massolia
Sound Design: Steven Labedz
Projection Design: Brock Alter
Scenic Design: Joe Schermoly
Costume Design: Rachel Sypniewski
Featuring: Anand Bhatt, Jose Cervantes, Caroline Lyell, Glenn Obrero, Pavi Proczko, Dekyi Ronge, Valeria Rosero, Cory Sutton, Ambria Sylvain & Jason Von Rohn
The performance runs approximately 73 minutes, with no intermission.
Please join us for a Q&A with the cast following the show.
Using personal diaries, journals, and documented historic narratives In to America traces the American immigrant experience from Jamestown to present day through the true stories of ordinary men, women and children who departed their homelands in the hopes of creating a new life. An extraordinary story 400 years in the making that transcends time, space and race to reflect the diversity and commonalities of our shared American experience.
The Griffin Theatre Company is a member of the League of Chicago Theatres, the Theater Communications Group, the Western Arts Alliance, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, International Performing Arts for Youth and is partially supported by grants from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, CityArts and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.