Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Performance Thursday, 4-21-05, NYC, To Raise Funds for A. and T. and Families

I'm sorry to post this so late. If any of you are in the New York area, this performance and fundraiser will be happening tomorrow. Thanks, Kayhan, for letting us know about it:

Thursday, April 21st, 2005
6-9 PM

The South Asian Students Association & Pakistani Club
of Queens College of the City University of New York
are proud to present

We've Come Undone
Written & Performed by Kayhan Irani

A series of moving monologues inspired by stories from the Arab
American, Muslim and South Asian communities.

From a young girls' bewilderment at her father's disappearance, to
an INS agent's rant and a Sikh woman's humourous conversation with
an arsonist, the characters' truths aim to enlighten, activate and
inspire.

Interweaving drama, dance, music and multimedia, this poignant
multidisciplinary piece explores the impact of recent legislation on
several communities in the US that are experiencing the trauma of
detention, disappearance and deportation.

Thursday, April 21st, 2005
6-9 PM

Student Union Ballroom - 4th floor

Free admission! Donations will be collected for the Emergency Family Fund.
Please bring as many people as you wish, and help spread the word!

There's more...click belowSouth Asian cuisine will be served at the conclusion of the performance!!!

Directions and a map of the campus can be accessed via this webpage:


Queens College is located at the corner of the Long Island Expressway and Kissena Blvd. (Exit 24) in Flushing.

The address is 65-30 Kissena Blvd. Flushing, NY 11367.

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