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Talking with Angels

Following the first edition - in French - of the book Talking with Angels in 1976, the then-thirty year old notebooks of Gitta Mallasz and three Jewish friends seeking to hide from Nazi and Arrowcross persecution quickly rose to fame - first in France and then the world over. This unique text which captures instructions Gitta Mallasz believed to have been given to them by "angels" offers a unique situational reflection in the context of Europe's and Hungary's darkest hour on fundamental human values and ethics.
Shelley Mitchell undertook to adapt the notebooks to the stage and presents a monodrama that is a tour de force and has already convinced West Coast audiences. As an official selection of the 2013 Fringe festival in New York City, the Balassi Institute - Hungarian Cultural Center is proud to be Shelley Mitchell's partner in finding future showcase opportunities for this piece and we recommend to all Friends of the Center this unique opportunity to experience this magical text on stage, in a wonderful and rare performance.
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Wed - August 14 at 4:00
Sat - August 17 at 2:30
Sun - August 18 at 8:45
Mon -August 19 at 8:30
Fri - August 23 at 4:30
Sat - August 24 at 9:00
White Box Theater (venue 15 - show #1864) 440 Lafayette Street, 10003
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