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Hoffman-Boston E.S. Ambassadors of International Culture

Check out these stars of the stage from Arlington, VA. This season we learned about the cultures of Ancient Egypt and China!

A Woman’s Sigh-International Women’s Day 2011

The Kościuszko Foundation & the Ambassador Theater Celebrated International Women’s Day with an evening of poetry and music “A Woman’s Sigh” on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 with a Special Guest Holly Karapetkova reading from her newly published Book of Poetry Words We Might One Day Say
Featuring: Adam Adkins, Hanna Bondarewska, Wiesław Małachowski, Laura Scott, Lilia Slavova, Stephen Shetler, Mary Suib
Piano: Vlad Nemirovsky and Mila Naumova
Voice: Monika Graczyk Crandall, Agnieszka Christian (Gnoińska), and Barbara Papendorp
Voice and Guitar: Lukasz Pinkowski

Summer at Nohant: Photo Gallery

Summer at Nohant, a Romantic-period comedy in three acts, celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Fryderyk Chopin’s birth. George Sand, the famed French writer and emancipated woman, brings together artists at her celebrated summer estate in Nohant. Chopin, one of her lovers, echoes the longings and frustrations of the inhabitants as he composes his Sonata in B minor. His music is transcendent and affects everyone in the household.

Poland the Beautiful:An Imaginary Flight Becomes Reality: June 2008

Anne Beers Elementary School students performed “Poland the Beautiful: An Imaginary Flight” at their school and then at the Embassy of the Republilc of Poland in Washington, D.C. The performance was the culmination of a whole year of learning about Poland. About it’s history, culture, and arts.The students performed the show in front of the Anne Beers Elementary School students and then at the Polish Embassy, followed by a wonderful reception. At this time the students already were preparing for the trip to Poland and these greatly successful performances were a fantastic send off.