"Two Sides Sounding: The Unsung City" or "Mashuq Deen: Draw The Circle"

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Urban opera pieces about injustice in NYC; one-man play about a conservative Muslim family and their transgender son

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The Deal

  • Two Sides Sounding: The Unsung City or Mashuq Deen: Draw The Circle at the BEAT Festival
  • When: Tuesday, September 16, at 7:30 p.m. (Two Sides Sounding: The Unsung City) or Wednesday, September 17, at 7:30 p.m. (Mashuq Deen: Draw The Circle)
  • Where: Brooklyn Historical Society (Two Sides Sounding: The Unsung City) or Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts (Mashuq Deen: Draw The Circle)
  • General admission
  • Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
  • Ticket values include all fees

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  • $12 for one ticket (up to $22 value)
  • $20 for two tickets (up to $44 value)

Two Sides Sounding: The Unsung City

Singers from the Two Sides Sounding collective uncover everyday injustices through modern operatic works. During the program, the premiere of Ellen Mandel’s Haiku NYC joins Sidney Marquez Boquiren’s Stop and Frisk, which tells of two lifelong friends struggling with different interpretations of a police incident, and the premiere of Daniel Felsenfeld’s Bruce Bailey, an urban cantata centered on the Tenant Rights activist.

Mashuq Deen: Draw The Circle

In this touching, comedic one-man play, Mashuq Deen plays the roles of his family and friends, sharing his story of being a transgender Muslim American and revealing how his very conservative family dealt with his transformation.

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  1. 1

    Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts

    One University Plaza

    New York, NY 11201

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    Brooklyn Historical Society

    128 Pierrepont St

    New York, NY 11201

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