PEOPLE'S THEATRE PROJECT presents

Doña Mañana

A PTP Company World Premiere & NYC Tour

The year is 3050. A group of immigrants have sparked revolution in the Nation, a dystopia where assimilation was forced.

Hearing the collective voice of the people, Doña Mañana—one of the revolutionaries and now the first female, Afro-Latina president—and her team set out on a quest to dismantle the system and bring full liberation to the people.

TOUR SCHEDULE

LOISAIDA CENTER

710 East 9th Street
New York, NY 10009
Friday, October 22nd
8:00 P.M.
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THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

99 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014
Thursday, November 4th
7:00 P.M.

BROOKLYN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

58 Seventh Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Friday, November 12th
7:30 P.M.

NEW YORK THEATRE WORKSHOP

Fourth Street Theater
88 East 4th Street
New York,NY 10003
Friday, December 3rd
7:00 P.M.

WHAT OUR AUDIENCES ARE SAYING

“Validation! I'm still on my own journey to reconcile with my immigrant journey, and this play gave me a path to take."

Amanda Student at Lehman College

“This made an impact on me because from now on I won't forget my culture and I will embrace it."

Mia 6th Grade Student

“I came to see the show with friends from all over the world, and I just feel closer to everyone in the room. Gracias!"

Ricardo Global Trade Associate
Devised and Performed by the PTP Company:
Reyna Bonaparte, Mayelin Annet Geraldino, Eunji Lim, Chuk Obasi, Vida Tayebati, and featuring Journey Peters (PTP Academy student)
Understudies
Cynthia Lizardo, Travis Raeburn
3
Reyna Erika Bonaparte
4
Mayelin Annet Geraldino
6
Eunji Lim
7
Chuk Obasi
2
Vida Tayebati
5
Journey A. Peters
8
Cynthia Lizardo
1
Travis Raeburn
Zafi Dimitropoulou Del Angel (Artistic Director)
Director
Joshwald Martínez-Peralta,
(Artistic Manager)
Assistant Director
Darian Donovan Thomas
Original Music
Alyssa Rios
Stage Manager
Gylanni Carrington
Costume Design
Duncan Davies
Lighting Design
José Noel
Scenic Design
Doña Mañana Sponsors

This project is supported, in part, by the Howard Gilman Foundation, NewYork-Presbyterian, an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

Special thanks to Angie Regina who portrays Doña Mañana in the event's promotional materials, Emmanuel Abreu who filmed and edited the teaser video, and to the Morris-Jumel Mansion for allowing us to film in their historic home.

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