Description of Event:
Sponsored by Lowell National Historical Park
Ani and her husband Marco run a failing Armenian grocery store in a transitional Boston neighborhood. On the day they put the store up for sale, unexpected events bring in immigrants from Mexico, China, and the Caribbean. As these customers share their stories, songs and dances, they change the way they see each other, their community, and the future of the store. Following the performance, join us for a dialogue about the show and how it connects to immigrant experiences today.
Tickets are free, by reservation only - limits of 5 tickets per person. To reserve your tickets, please call 978-970-5000.