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In a chaotic business world, do we know the difference between astrophysics and Buddha? Can it all be solved with yoga? Featuring characters at various points of their lives, Village, My Home questions how we choose New York City and what are the comforts that draw us back home. We meet the Old Woman, a matriarch who loves to paint and remembers the horrors of greater storms. We get a glimpse of out-of-towners and travelers from other boroughs, willing to take the City. Just when you yearn for your fax machine, we meet a new school, techno-tribal Computer Geek who threatens to interrupt the very subways that connect us every day. With theatrical movement and state-of-the-art sound design, Village, My Home promises to warm the heart and calm the most unsettling times. NEW YORK, October 15, 2018 – JAC Publishing announced that it is publishing Playwright/ Director Marcina Zaccaria’s critically acclaimed drama Village, My Home, a provocative and timely play about New Yorkers confronting cultural and political uncertainties. When it originally ran for a special limited engagement at the Dream Up Festival in August 2017, critics said,“The great thing about writer/director Marcina Zaccaria’s reportage is its humor” and “it will make you consider to slow down and rethink what home really is.” With theatrical movement and state-of-the-art sound design, Village, My Home promises to warm the heart and calm the most unsettling times.NEW YORK, October 15, 2018 – JAC Publishing … [Read More...]

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There’s No Place Like Art!

First Online With Fran’s First Podcast There’s No Place Like Art… The Arts are imperative — a life journey, a life experience that is like no other.  The Arts brings people together all in one space.  The plays I’ve written have touched lives — they’ve changed lives and that’s what Art does. ~Dan McCormick, Playwright […]

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