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Greek Cultural Center Presents Comedy ‘Who Discovered America?’

ASTORIA – The Greek Cultural Center, 26-80 30th Street in Astoria, presents the comedy ‘Who Discovered America?’ April 1-17. The play, written by Chryssa Spilioti, directed by Larisa Antypa, and starring Antypa and Alexandra Skendrou, is in Greek with English supertitles.

According to the show’s description, Liza and Kate are two girls growing up together trying to discover their life and dreams. Though set in 1990, the play has a timeless quality as it reflects society with humor and lightness.

Performances are on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, and Sundays at 3 PM and 7 PM.

Tickets, $20, $15 for seniors, are available at the door and online: https://www.greekculturalcenter.org/.

More information is available via email: info@greekculturalcenter.org or by phone: 718-726-7329.

Masks as required by NYC protocol.

A clip from the play is available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/z4BNMX1AX38.

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