This musical play will once again bring that unique mixture of laughter, tears, and song to the National Museum. Set in 1943 as World War II is raging and some 120,000 Japanese Americans have unconstitutionally been placed in concentration camps. This critically acclaimed musical is the story of a group of inmates who attempt to celebrate the Christmas holidays despite being behind barbed wire.
$10 Museum members, $15 non-members. For tickets call 213.625.0414.
Co-presented by the Japanese American National Museum. Sponsored, in part, by California Civil Liberties Public Education Program and Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.