New York Times Spotlights “Downtown Stories”

06/16/2022 in
New York Times Spotlights “Downtown Stories”

“Downtown Stories” is now NY Times official. The three-part theatrical series that’s taken over Lower Manhattan for the month of June was written up in Thursday’s print Arts Section and writer Rachel Sherman shed light on how the series has been able to “weave New York City’s landmarks into the storytelling.”

Read the full Times article here — grab your tickets here.

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