Why See The Shoemaker?
This deeply compelling drama focuses on a shoemaker, an Italian Jew, who was sent to America by his father in the late 1930's (when Italy aligned itself with Nazi Germany).
Setting: New York City, a shoe shop in Hell's Kitchen.
Time: One day, a turning point in American history.
The Shoemaker retreats into his shoe shop. But not even this once safe haven provides solace on this devastating day as he confronts his past, present and an uncertain future.
Previews from 14th July 2011
Opening night 24th July 2011
Closes 18th August 2011
Run time: 90 minutes with no intermission
Audience: The Shoemaker is suitable for audiences aged 4 and upwards.
Note: Each performance will be followed with a Q & A with Aiello.
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Opening night: 15 July 2011
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