Roy Arias Studios & Theatres
1,934 Days
Event Status
One Thousand, Nine Hundred Thirty Four Days is a part of the Times Square International Theater Festival
An ensemble piece created by a group of ten actors all from different nationalities: American, Asian, African, Israeli, Palestinian, Latin, etc. These actors wrote monologues based on their own life experiences in regard to one theme: longing. These stories reflect a number of similar themes such as: unrequited love, separation, mourning or adoption. The actors will draw inspiration from two places : a song by Gavin Degraw entitled "Not Over You" and the story of the return of the captive soldier Gilad Shalit, who was held captive for one thousand, nine hundred and thirty four days. It is an Isramerica production, conceived by Sivan Hadari and Charlotte Cohn and directed by Charlotte Cohn.
Director: Charlotte Cohn Producer: Sivan Hadari
Categories: Drama
Running time: 1:30    
Intermission(s): No
Price: $12.00 - $18.00
Seating: General Admission    
Capacity: 74