Mud/Bone’s Impossible Country at the Performance Project

Mud/Bone Collective will present Impossible Country, an original play created through workshops and interviews with the refugee community in New York City, tomorrow through Saturday, June 5th, as part of University Settlement’s Performance Project. The piece explores the diverse experiences of refugees fleeing injustice and persecution and beginning new lives in New York City. Inspired by the true stories of an interpreter from Iraq, an artist from Rwanda, a journalist from Pakistan, a doctor from Colombia, a dancer from Egypt, a director from Serbia, and an actor from Russia, Impossible Country explores what it means to leave behind everything you know and start anew.  June 2 -5 at 7:30p and at 4:00p on June 5th, as well // $15 adults/$10 for students and seniors // Tickets are $5 for youth 18 and under // 184 Eldridge Street