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Eclipses Group Theater NY Presents Shelter in Love on Feb. 12

NEW YORK – Eclipses Group Theater NY (EGTNY) presents Shelter in Love, opening on February 12. According to EGTNY’s announcement, “We are embracing 2021 with Shelter in Love! 2020 was a year full of challenges and hard times but we survived through love, art, and creativity.

“Since May 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of artists from different countries, cultures and artistic backgrounds have found shelter in love and creativity.

“Shelter in Love is a celebration of artistic exchange, creativity in isolation, diversity and experimentation in challenging and uncertain times. A celebration of human connection.

We are: Katerina Alexaki, Costas Baltazanis, Sarah Bitar, Demetri Bonaros, Penny Fylaktaki, Marina Gkoumla, Dorothea Gloria, Ioanna Katsarou, Fritz Leonard, Handan Ozbilgin, Chrysi Sylaidi, Alexandra Skendrou, Marilena  Triantafyllidou,  and Arturo Wong Sagel. Project coordinators: Ioanna Katsarou, Handan Ozbilgin, and Demetri Bonaros.”

EGTNY, established in 2011, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit theater company that serves as a cultural bridge between the United States and Greece, promoting all forms of Greek drama, music, poetry and literature.

More information is available online: https://egtny.com/shelter-in-love.

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