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Anna in the Tropics by Nilo Cruz
Cuban-American playwright, Nilo Cruz will be speaking at York College prior to the opening of the York College Theatre's production of, "Anna in the Tropics."
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Anna in the Tropics Oct 17th
The York College Theatre Presents Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning (2003) play, Anna in the Tropics, at the York College Performing Arts Center-Little Theatre.
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Anna in the Tropics Oct 18th
The York College Theatre Presents Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning (2003) play, Anna in the Tropics, at the York College Performing Arts Center-Little Theatre.
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Anna in the Tropics Oct 19th
The York College Theatre Presents Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning (2003) play, Anna in the Tropics, at the York College Performing Arts Center-Little Theatre.
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Anna in the Tropics Oct 21st
The York College Theatre Presents Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning (2003) play, Anna in the Tropics, at the York College Performing Arts Center-Little Theatre.
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Anna in the Tropics Oct 24th
The York College Theatre Presents Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning (2003) play, Anna in the Tropics, at the York College Performing Arts Center-Little Theatre.
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Anna in the Tropics Oct 25th
The York College Theatre Presents Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning (2003) play, Anna in the Tropics, at the York College Performing Arts Center-Little Theatre.
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Annual Holiday Concert
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Antigone
Just as in the myth and original play, the action follows the battle for Thèbes in which both of Antigone's brothers have been killed. Créon, now king, has decreed that while Antigone's brother Etéocle should be given the usual respectful burial, Polynice must be left as carrion for scavengers.
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Antigone
Just as in the myth and original play, the action follows the battle for Thèbes in which both of Antigone's brothers have been killed. Créon, now king, has decreed that while Antigone's brother Etéocle should be given the usual respectful burial, Polynice must be left as carrion for scavengers.
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