September 18 and 25 2016 FREE on Governors Island
an adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard by Claire Beckman
Set in Virginia during Reconstruction, The Plantation seeks to explore the root causes to some of America’s most pressing social issues with both humor and heart. Brave New World Repertory Theatre is grateful to the Governors Island Trust for inviting us to perform The Plantation at the historic Commanding Officers House!
Performances will be FREE to the general public. Check out our IndieGOGO campaign for more information, access to VIP seats, and special perks!
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Brave New World Repertory Theatre, a Brooklyn-based company, reaches under-served audiences to promote a love of theatre, with re-imagined classics and brave new works that reflect our diverse community. BNW’s free-to-low-cost programs range from intimate readings to large outdoor productions, and cast unique and historic Brooklyn venues in a leading role. We seek to tell stories that celebrate life and explore social justice; stories that make us laugh, feel deeply, and find common ground.
O brave new world, That has such people in’t! The Tempest, Act V: Sc. 1