Dust Storm: Art and Survival in a Time of Paranoia, will be performed at the Concord Senior Center on February 16th, at 2:00 p.m. Rick Foster’s one-man play is about the art of survival in a time of xenophobia that tells the story of the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. Paintings by Chiura Obata enhance the scenes. Hawaii’s Miyazono Minyo Buyo Japanese Folk Dance Group will also perform.
This presentation of Dust Storm is co-sponsored by the Diablo Valley Japanese American Citizen League and the City of Concord, tickets are $15/$10 (Seniors 50+) $18 at door. For more information contact the Senior Center by phone: 925-671-3320 or visit the website for online registration.