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  • Schapiro Hall 605 West 115th Street New York, NY 10027 United States (map)

A new South African Township play

written by Lunga Radebe
directed by Aika Masomi
Lunga Radebe
Avalon is set in the largest cemetery in South Africa 
and follows Sabantu, a young businessman 
instructed by a traditional healer to perform a ritual at the graveyard to hopefully save his dying mother's life. 
Sabantu soon realizes that his mission is larger than what he anticipates.
A Danced Political lecture
written and choreographed by Adrian Silver
 Elliot Reiland and Tamrin Goldberg
Nakhtik merges two very distinct performance genres: a political lecture about the radical potential of movement, and an intimate duet based on a Yiddish poem by Yankev Glatshteyn.
Saturday, May 1oth @ 4pm
Saturday, May 1oth @ 8pm
    Sunday,  May 11th @ 2:30pm
Performances will be held at Schapiro Theatre
605 West 115th Street New York, NY
FREE and open to the public.
For the reservations please e-mail
Producer: Mustafa Kaymak
Lighting Design: Tuce Yasak
Graphic Design: Marlon Swai
Mustafa Kaymak
(646) 345-4253

Earlier Event: May 10
March & Rally for the Chibok Girls
Later Event: May 10
Celebrating Our African Mothers