Genre: Drama, Other
by Elizabeth Mozer and Company, directed by Elizabeth Mozer

BLOOD and HONEY is a visceral work of image-driven theatre that illuminates women's experiences across cultural lines. Integrating movement, text, and music it takes us on a compelling journey of intimate relationships in ordinary and extraordinary circumstances. The actors play multiple characters in a series of vignettes magnifying the consequences of imposed social roles and taboos. BLOOD and HONEY articulates the longings of generations past and present, and with humor and tenderness reveals our human (mis)behavior

Cast: Jovinna Chan, Lina Cloffe, Alex De Castro, Dzu Do, Lynn Mancinelli, Lucia Surraco, Anais Tekerian, Carlos Yannacanedo, Natasha Yannacanedo, Elizabeth Mozer-Choreographer
Open:   06/23/05
Close:   07/03/05

Thursday, July 23rd at 8pm
Friday, July 24th at 8pm
Saturday, June 25th at 8pm
Sunday, July 26th at 7pm
Tuesday, June 28th at 7pm
Wednesday, June 29th at 7pm
Thursday, June 20th at 8pm
Friday, July 1st at 8pm
Saturday, July 2nd at 8pm
Sunday, July 3rd at 3pm
Theater:   Arclight Theatre
Address:   152 West 71st Street
New York, NY 10023
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Closest subway: 1, 2, 3, 9 to 72nd Street. Walk south on Broadway to 71st Sreet to theatre

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Zina Anaplioti-Wilde is happy to be back at Theater for the New City. She was last seen here as the Rumanian Gypsy in Barbara Kahn's Walking from Rumania. She has worked extensively with the International WOW Company and Academy Award nominee Josh Fox. She has worked at the Ohio Theater, PS 122, The Wild Project, Clemente Soto Valez and others. Regionally she has worked at the Georgestreet Playhouse in NJ where she portrayed Jack Klugman's granddaughter. Zina has also appeared at the Edinburg and Dublin Fringe Festival. Some of her recent film work includes: "Friends (wth benefits)", "Delivering the goods" and "The moth diaries" directed by Marry Haron. All her love and gratitude to Jonathan for his never ending support.