[The Home at 15 Lee St.]
In 1898, Rosa de Lucia boards a steamship and leaves her native Italy to join her husband in the burgeoning Italian district of Providence, RI— only to find herself an outsider in a city dominated by the Irish and Yankee elites. So... What changes for the De Lucia Family over the next century? Welp, a whole hell of a lot…
Please be advised this reading contains brief moments of racism, both towards and by individuals considered White by today's standards.
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|The Mothers||Kristy Hartsgove Mooers|
|The Daughters||Emily Parr|
|Hunter Walsh||Neil Smithson|
|Jayden Díaz||Brayan Salinas|
|Stage Directions||Abby Paul|
|Playwright and Director||Christopher Lysik|
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