Sanctuary Songs

created by Michael Premo, Rachel Falcone, and Caridad Svich

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Believers and nonbelievers from all walks of life and faith traditions are welcome at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. And in the community of this magnificent cathedral, many people have found home and sanctuary. But in a world of chaos and injustice, what does that mean? This unique project weaves interviews, text, and lyrics with original music by Broken Chord.

The Manhattan team has been exploring what home, faith, and sanctuary mean to the residents and community who visit and live around The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. We’re excited about the ongoing development of the piece and the interviews in progress and look forward to sharing the next phase with you.

 

If you live in the community near Morningside Heights and have a story to share, or you’d like to be added to our neighborhood mailing list to stay up to date with events, please email info@theworkingtheater.org

PRIOR MANHATTAN EVENTS:

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SANCTUARY SONGS WORK-IN-PROGRESS SHOWINGS

 

at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Morningside Heights, Manhattan
April 28th & 29th, 2015

 

with Julie Jesneck, Amirtha Kidambi, Landon Knoblock, Nathan Koci, Aaron Meicht, Shawn Randall

 

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SANCTUARY SONGS WORK-IN-PROGRESS SHOWINGS

 

off-Broadway at The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre
May 7th & 9th, 2015

 

with Julie Jesneck, Amirtha Kidambi, Landon Knoblock, Aaron Meicht, Shawn Randall
Stage Managed by Danielle Teague-Daniels