“Doruntine” something worth seeing

Well, I have spoken to several people who saw this show and the verdict is unanimous: IT IS EXCELLENT!
reasons:
2 languages, English, Albanian.
actors are formidable in both languages. especially physically i heard.
represents our best legend in a deserving way.
it is wonderfully executed and faithfully to the original.=
if you need one more reason, something is wrong with you
I am planning on going this week, but all of you NY Bunnies should see it too. Drop me a line if you want to go together.
info as follows:
Thursday October 9, 2008 Sunday October 26, 2008 from 8:00pm – 9:00pm

The Interart Theater

500 West 52nd Street
New York, New York 10019

Category: Performing/Visual Arts
Price: $18 – Buy Tickets
Blessed Unrest of New York and Teatri Oda of Kosova
presents their ground-breaking first ever US-Kosovar bilingual play
DORUNTINE
Inspired by
the Albanian legend as writen by ISMAIL KADARE

October 9-26, 2008
Wednesdays-Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays and Mondays at 7 PM
General admission is only $18.
Tickets can be purchased securely in advance at
http://www.doruntine.com
http://www.blessedunrest.org

A marriage that spurns tradition, an impossible journey on horseback, a brother who defies the grave. Inspired by the Albanian legend as written by Ismail Kadare, DORUNTINE is the mythical tale of a forbidden love and the danger of a promise that can never be broken.

Written by
Matt Opatrny & Lirak Çelaj

Directed by
Jessica Burr & Florent Mehmeti

Sound by
Obie and Drama Desk Award-winner
Aural Fixation Sound & Music

Lighting by
Jeffrey E. Salzberg

Costumes by
Anna-Alisa Belous

Featuring From Blessed Unrest
Justin Badger, Zenzele Cooper, Dave Edson,Jason Griffin, Kelly Hayes, Laura Wickens

From Teatri Oda
Ilire Vinca Çelaj, Lirak Çelaj, Nëntor Fetiu, Njomëza Ibraj

For more information or for group tickets, contact info@blessedunrest.org or call  212-631-8789 .
The Interart Theater, 500 West 52nd Street, New York City.
(Subways: 1, C, E to 50th Street; N, R, W to 49th Street; B, D, E to 7th Avenue)

Space is limited, so buy tickets now on our secure websites
http://www.doruntine.com or http://www.blessedunrest.org

A marriage that spurns tradition, an impossible journey on horseback, a brother who defies the grave. Inspired by the Albanian legend as written by Ismail Kadare, Doruntine is the mythical tale of a forbidden love and the danger of

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