New Drama DOS WORLDS Reunites Creator Maya Milenovic Workman, Reggie Workman And Rising Star Ayana Workman

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New Drama DOS WORLDS Reunites Creator Maya Milenovic Workman, Reggie Workman And Rising Star Ayana Workman

Trinity (NYC), Akasha Company (NYC) and MADLOM (NJ) present a World Premiere of the original intimate drama, Dos Worlds, written by Slovene-American writer/director Maya Milenovic Workman.

New Drama Dos Worlds reunites writer/director Maya Milenovic Workman, legendary jazz bassist Reggie Workman, and rising star, actor Ayana Workman (who recently played Juliet in The Public Theater's production of Romeo and Juliet). The cast also includes Mary Chang and Anthony Pearlman.

Audiences at the Trinity Church's St. Paul's Chapel downtown New York (209 Broadway) will be spoiled and surprised as the Dos Worlds intimate drama experiences its long-awaited world premiere.

Blue (*Ayana Workman), is a young girl, who sells red roses, and was abused since 12. The Blind Pianist (*Anthony Pearlman) lost his sight due to an explosion. They are "caught" in a room with a piano, where Blue keeps losing her strength because she continually imagines and is haunted by the Voice of her abuser (Mary Chang). For a long time, the Blind Pianist did not want to play and Blue did not want to lift her gaze, but this changes, when they realize that Blue is able to let go because the Voice is not real. Subjective emotions are born and Blue and the Blind Pianist denoted harrowing past and move forward.

But what happens to the Voice...

'DOS WORLDS' Drama is drawn from the insight of the world, and it reveals a rejection and search for transcendent unity despite suffering caused by human selfishness. When heart and mind are connected strength is activated that can give a voice to those at the bottom.

Maya Milenovic Workman says, "DOS WORLDS consists of images, words, and thoughts of a larger experience and reacting to behavioral intent of the humanity. Through ambivalent thought process based on poetic dialogue, we are explaining injustice, horror, deprivation of self and longing. The objective truth of the existence of humanity and positioning human subjectivity is a condition for the movement of the soul. Any change causes discomfort, but that can activate the connection between the heart and mind."

Note: MADLOM is based in Montclair, NJ and was founded by Reggie Workman and Maya Milenovic Workman in 1998.

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