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INTERNMENT VOICES

by DAVID MURA & ESTHER SUZUKI
directed by MARC HAYASHI


June 4 - 21, 1998

 

Two older Japanese American sisters launch campaigns upon each other; one to put her older sister in a seniors home, the other to make her younger sister face up to the true damage done to the Japanese Americans by the internment camps of WW II. Based upon the life stories of Esther Suzuki, a prominent Japanese American story teller, and David Mura, poet, prose writer and playwright, this play connects two generations of Japanese Americans and their emotional struggle dealing with the legacy of the internment camps.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION


DATES

June 4 - 21, 1998

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VENUE INFO

This production will take place at Intermedia Arts, located at 2822 Lyndale Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55408.

 

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