Working Theater is pleased to present
the off-Broadway world premiere & borough tour of
Bamboo In Bushwick

by Ed Cardona, Jr.
directed by Ana Margineanu
a Five Boroughs/One City Commission 

John Concado, Edna Lee Figueroa, Clinton Lowe, José Antonio Melián, Arisael Rivera, Michelle Sui

April 13-14: Ridgewood Bushwick Youth Center, Brooklyn
April 18-May 3: Urban Stages, Manhattan
May 5-6: Local Union No. 3 IBEW, Queens
May 9-10: Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island
May 13: CASA New Settlement Apartments, Bronx
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Bushwick was called home by locals long before any magazine called it hip. Bamboo in Bushwick explores gentrification in this suddenly trendy neighborhood from divergent angles.

As a group of old friends gather for a round of dominoes, outside forces converge on their street corner. In an alternate reality, inspired by the psychedelic murals that have taken over many walls in the neighborhood, a turf war breaks out on the icy tundra. Is there room in Brooklyn for both penguins and polar bears?

When your community is threatened, every block is worth fighting for.
Bamboo in Bushwick is part of Working Theater’s Five Boroughs/One City Initiative. The play was developed in partnership with Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council (RBSCC), and through conversations with their members and members of Bushwick Salvation Army Community Center, El Puente Bushwick, Make the Road New York and the general Bushwick community.
Set Design Raul Abrego ∙ Costume Design Sarita Fellows ∙ Lighting Design Harry Feiner
Sound Design Lawrence Schober ∙ Video Design Aaron Minerbrook
∙ Props Design Theresa Pierce
Production Stage Manager Danielle Teague-Daniels ∙ Assistant Stage Manager Sarah Brown
Production Manager Niluka Hotaling ∙ Line Producer Mark Brystowski ∙ Casting Support Carly J. Bauer

Graphic Design Michael Cordero ∙ Press Representation Dan Demello

Also coming up at Working Theater:

The Benefit Committee and Board of Directors of Working Theater invite you to the
2017 Annual Awards Ceremony

honoring Vincent Alvarez
President, New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO
for Bridging the Gap between the Arts, Labor and Community

Monday, April 3, 2017 at 6pm
at Sardi’s Restaurant (234 West 44th Street) 

Join us at the 2017 Awards Ceremony for dinner, drinks, entertainment featuring American Songs of Protest, a silent auction and more. Come help us celebrate President Alvarez's achievements in strengthening the power of the labor movement in NYC!

Working Theater thanks its 32nd Season Sponsors:
SILVER SPONSORS: Archer, Byington, Glennon & Levine LLP | CWA Local 1180 | OPEIU Local 153
New York State AFL-CIO | New York City Central Labor Council Segal Company 

Working Theater's 32nd Season is made possible in part by:
an award from the National Endowment for the Arts
funds from the New York State Council on the Arts 
with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature,
public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
 in partnership with the City Council, with special thanks to Queens Council Member Rory Lancman
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and grants from:

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The Five Boroughs/One City Initiative has been supported in part by grants from:

the 21st Century ILGWU Heritage Fund
the One World Fund
the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation            Donate            Facebook      Twitter     Instagram

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