Tamara Torres's Script Reading of Tres Hermanas

August 1, 2024 | 5PM to 7PM

Join us at the Galleries at Kean for an unforgettable evening as we present "Tres Hermanas," a poignant and powerful story that takes audiences on a journey through the rich tapestry of Afro-Caribbean culture. Written by the talented Tamara Torres and directed by the esteemed Deena Jiles Shuaib, this production delves deep into mental health, activism, sisterhood, community, and healing themes.
Advisory: Sensitive content matter

Date: August 1, 2024

Time: 5 PM - 7 PM

Refreshments will be served.


"Tres Hermanas" is a story of three women embarking on a journey through the history of Afro-Caribbean culture, enriched with music and educational elements. The sisters explore themes of mental health, Caribbean women activists, sisterhood, community, and healing. The story begins with Sol, the youngest and most ambitious sister. After receiving letters from their estranged mother, she announces to her tenacious, protective, and prudent sisters, Euphemia and Ivelyz, their mother's impending return, setting the stage for a haunting reunion with Hilda, their birth mother.

- Written by: Tamara Torres
- Directed by: Deena Jiles Shuaib

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