performances

A Touring Production

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The Buddha Prince is a touring production, to be performed either in conjunction with the Dalai Lama's teaching visits; or independently, as a local, national or international peace-making event. Proceeds from each performance benefit the Tibetan people, as well as projects and organizations that are geared towards non-violence and human rights.

If you are interested in producing The Buddha Prince, please contact Markell Kiefer.

For information on the Dalai Lama's current teaching schedule, please go to www.tibet.com.

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Recent Performances

When:
September 4-7, 2009: Friday 5:30pm, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 2pm and 5:30pm

Where:
West 106th St. and Central Park West. Look for colorful Tibetan prayer flags and banners that will lead you to the reception area.

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   Photo by Eric Melzer   

Directions:
Subways: Use the B or C line to 103rd Street
Bus: M10
For a map to our location visit MapQuest.com.

Tickets:
FREE, with a suggested donation.

When:
September 10, 2009: 4:30pm

Where:
We will convene at the Snyder Terrace at 4:30pm.

Directions:
Here's a map with directions.

Tickets:
The performance is included with your $9 (2 for 1) admission into the Arboretum.

When:
September 17-21, 2009: Weekdays 5:30pm, Weekends 2pm and 5:30pm

Where:
Southside of Powderhorn Community Center, next to the parking lot. Look for colorful Tibetan prayer flags and banners that will lead you to the reception area.

Directions:
The site is at the northwest corner of 15th Ave S and E 35th St. For a map to our location visit Google Maps.

Tickets:
FREE, with a suggested donation.

If You're Going

Come Prepared
The Buddha Prince is typically performed in the outdoors, where nature's elements play an integral role. This requires that we all come prepared to be outside. Wear appropriate shoes for walking up and down dirt paths and on grass. A warm layer such as a sweater, sweatshirt or windbreaker is also suggested. You may also want to bring along a portable chair, however keep in mind that the play changes location every five to ten minutes.

Rain Plan
In most cases, we will not cancel due to rain. However, check back for updated performance information. For updated weather information, visit Weather.com.

Donations
Donations from past productions have gone to the Tibetan Education Action, The Tibet Fund, and Tibet in Song, Tibetan American Foundation of Minnesota and the Tibetan Community of New York and New Jersey.

 

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