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"A quiet refuge" 

Little Amal needs a break from the noise of the city and the spirited events surrounding her arrival. She decides to take refuge in Green-Wood Cemetery and explore its beautiful grounds. As she walks she discovers she is not in fact alone and finds herself surrounded by local children who have come to sing to her.  Created by Alexandra Aron for Remote Theater Project.

Free outdoor event – no booking required

Suitable for children and families

About The Green-Wood Cemetery 
Established in 1838, The Green-Wood Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark, is recognized as one of the world’s most beautiful cemeteries. As the permanent residence of over 570,000 individuals, Green-Wood’s magnificent grounds, grand architecture, and world-class statuary have made it a destination for half a million visitors annually, including national and international tourists, New Yorkers, and Brooklynites. At the same time, Green-Wood is also an outdoor museum, an arboretum, and a repository of history. Throughout the year, it offers innovative programs in arts and culture, nature and the environment, education, workforce development, restoration, and research. For more information, please visit
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