‘The Grass is Always Greener…’ on Governor’s Island

One of our recipients is performing this weekend! On Governor’s Island, Anabella Lenzu and her dancers will perform an installation, adapted from “The Grass is Always Greener…” as part of FIGMENT NYC.

Exploring struggles of immigration, roots, and memory, the Latina artist from Argentina, Anabella Lenzu, explores the struggles and successes of generations of US immigrants Against the backdrop of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Lenzu and her dancers bring the immigrant story to life by reliving the time that passed through Ellis Island at the turn of the 20th century.

Take the free ferry out to the island and see her perform Saturday, June 11 & Sunday, June 12 at 3pm or see the list and times for rest of the events, Artists + Projects here. FIGMENT is 100% free for everyone to participate and enjoy.

Here is a clip from a 2010 performance of “The Grass is Always Greener…” and photos from some of her previous performances.

The Garden 2008

Che, Tango

Thank you for the MFTA shoutout on Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition 🙂

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One Response to ‘The Grass is Always Greener…’ on Governor’s Island

  1. Pingback: Check out the eco-friendly theater event GO GREEN this weekend | Materials for the Arts

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