Gregorian, a new play by Matthew Greene, portrays one family's journey through the bloodiest century in human history as four generations discover the gravity of a name passed from father to son. The play explores the cyclical effects of genocide on humanity, the consequences of denial, and the essential place these stories hold in our existence. Beginning with the Gregorian family's own tragic roots in the Armenian Genocide, through the rise of the Nazi Party, across the killing fields of Cambodia, and the continuing crisis in Africa, they do all they can to hold on to heritage, history, and hope.
Produced by Working Artists Theatre Project (www.WATproject.com)
Playing at SoHo Rep. Theatre located at 46 Walker Street August 18th - September 2nd.
House opens 45 minutes prior to curtain time. Concessions are onsite
Walker Space (Soho Repertory Theatre) (View)
46 Walker St.
New York, NY 10013
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|