1941. The windswept coast of Ireland.

After smuggling Jewish refugees out of Nazi Europe, a traveling theater-circus troupe struggles to find hope in a world of prejudice and fear, and together learns the healing power of family.

Based on true events, DAUGHTER OF THE WAVES is a story of redemption, a tale of how ordinary people found the strength to stand up against hatred.

 

When the world fell apart...Love put it back together.

a richly layered and moving play
— TalkinBroadway.com

 

DAUGHTER OF THE WAVES seamlessly blends the spectacles of dance, aerial, circus arts, and live music into a traditional drama. It incorporates video projections to establish location and to provide documentary aspects, while tossing in a puppet, or two.

 

 

ABOVE PHOTOS (Left to Right): Eli Zoller; Annalisa Chamberlin; Nikki Nasto; Stephanie Fournier.

THIS PAGE BACKGROUND PHOTO: Jay Goldenberg, Connie Rotunda.

COVER PAGE PHOTO: Andhy Mendez and Connie Rotunda with Stephanie Fournier on silks.

ALL PHOTOS by Silvia Saponaro.