“Ghosts of Manhattan” is an interactive theatrical history of the city from 1512-2012 that opens Friday in Fort Tryon Park

“Ghosts of Manhattan” was conceived by Maija Garcia for her theatre company, Organic Magnetics, that takes it’s audience on an interactive moving journey in Fort Tryon Park. Audience members will learn about life in Manhattan that predated European colonization when it was home to the Lenape Indians, who called the island Mannahatta, or “land of many hills”. Through dance, music, interpretive, media and lights, the ghosts of Manhattan will come alive in the park to paint a vivid picture of life from 1512 to the present. Watch the video below featuring Maija Garcia. “Ghosts of Manhattan” plays, August 3-5 & 7-12, 8pm at Fort Tryon Park. Accessible via subway: A Train to 190th. Entrance @Margaret Corbin Plaza. Parking and Public Restrooms: New Leaf Restaurant & Bar: 1 Margarit Corbin Drive New York, NY 10040. Limited space avaible for this FREE event. Reserve you space with a $25 donation. For reservations visit: www.organicmagnetics.com/ghostsofmanhattan

 

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  1. Jeana Garcia says:

    So proud of my sister Maija G…you are such a rockstar. I’m there with you in spirit and sending so much love. Jeana G.