Yuri Speaks Out

solo performance · the lounge theatre · Ages 7+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Yuri Kochiyama’s life changed when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. For the first time, the young Japanese American faced racism in her provincial town of San Pedro, California. But despite living in the dilapidated conditions of the internment camps, Yuri persevered and met the love of her life, a fast talking New Yorker, Bill Kochiyama which brought her to New York City. There, she renewed her vow to stand up for those who are voiceless and unarmed.

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