New American Voices first reading of the fall is Three Italian Women by Laura Maria Censabella.
Carla worked with the partisans during World War II. Antonia, her daughter, survived the war with her. Antonia's daughter Olivia tries to survive them both!
Part cooking show and part telenova, Three Italian Women is a moving story of heroism, betrayal, gnocchi, the costs of surviving a war and the fleeting nature of truth.
Saturday, Oct. 12 at 8pm
A talkback will follow the reading.
All readings are free, but reservations are strongly encouraged.