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    Lydie Breeze Trilogy Part I: Cold Harbor

    EgoPo Classic Theater

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    Weekly half-priced tickets

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    Wednesday, January 31st

    7:00PM - 9:15PM

    Christ Church Neighborhood House

    $25 $12.50
    Where:
    20 N. American Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    When:

    Wednesday January 31st 2018 to Sunday February 11th 2018

    • Sundays

      3pm to 5:15pm

    • Thursdays

      7pm to 9:15pm

    • Fridays

      8pm to 10:15pm

    • Saturdays

      8pm to 10:15pm

    • And the following dates:

      Wednesday January 31st 2018 from 7pm to 9:15pm

      Saturday February 10th 2018 from 3pm to 5:15pm

    The Lydie Breeze Trilogy begins in 1864 on the raging battlefields of Cold Harbor, the bloodiest of the Civil War. Lydie nurses thousands of dying men, safeguarding their valuables to deliver back home to their loved ones. There, she meets Amos, Dan, and Joshua, and together they try to circumvent the madness of General Grant to find a truce. Their adventures uncover whaling ships and mutinies, talking pigs and buzzard gods, the Underground Railroad, and long buried family secrets. In the chaos of war, they forge a vision of a new life and a new America.

    With a cast of 20 actor-musicians, live music composed by Cynthia Hopkins and Jay Ansill, and a watery landscape by set designer Marketa Fantova, Guare’s trilogy begins with this explosively dynamic adventure play. Jump aboard, the journey begins…
    Christ Church Neighborhood House has an elevator and is ADA accessible. Please call Shayna at 267-273-1414 for specific seating needs.
    CONTACT
    Shayna Freed
    267-273-1414

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