Eleemosynary is a play written and performed in English, by the American playwright Lee Blessing (1949-). The performance revolves around three generations of women from the Wesbrook family, who share their stories with the audience over the course of seven scenes. Their efforts to be both a parent and a child are shared with the audience directly through narration and dialogue.
Echo – Miya Komo
Artie – Alyssa Wagner
Dorothea – Frieda Jacobowitz
Directed by Jonathan Geenen
Willem De Zwijgerkerk
Olympiaweg 14, 1076 VX Amsterdam
With special guests after the play:
Igor Snowman is a musician, who started his musical path in Russia in the early 2000s, and then lived in the United States, where he was performing with a number of bands as a drummer. After moving to the Netherlands in 2015 he decided to go back to the roots and started performing as a singer-songwriter, while also continuing with his drumming career. His music reflects a variety of styles – from melodic ballads and indie-rock to a bit of rap and grunge.
He gives drum lessons to children and adults in Hilversum. Get in touch: email: email@example.com/ Instagram: @igor_snowman
Yulia Komo is a singer-songwriter with a Russian soul and an international mind. Her passion for people and change has made her travel and live all over the world while developing social change projects, building and supporting communities, and sharing her music and stories. Her motto is: perform to transform.