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    American Spies and Other Homegrown Fables

  • Dates:
    7/13/2019, 7/14/2019, 7/19/2019, 7/20/2019, 7/21/2019, 7/26/2019, 7/27/2019, 7/28/2019, 8/2/2019, 8/3/2019, 8/4/2019
  • Admission:
    $32 general admission, $22 seniors, $20 students
  • Location:
  • Address:
    269 Sunset Park Drive, Herndon, VA 20170
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News travels across the Pacific on Dec. 7 resulting in foolhardy claims of Japanese sympathizers. As calls for war perpetrate a nation, The Ishii Family undertakes radical assimilation to calm the local police and fearful neighbors. Mixing family testimony and cartoon charm, the Japanese Americans’ response to national disaster develops into a sparkling fable on what it means to be family in this world premiere play by Sam Hamashima, directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer, and produced by the award-winning Hub Theatre (currently in residence at NextStop Theatre).

Information, full schedule and ttickets available at www.thehubtheatre.org/americanspies