Immigrants traditionally have come to the United States in search of a better life. And they’ve brought with them their old-world ways as they try to fit into this very new world. Arriving immigrants have taken on the lowliest jobs, worked multiple jobs, done all they had to so their families, and particularly their children who are born here, could have a better life.
But those children often have other ideas of what it means to be an American. They can often feel torn between two worlds — the old world tradition and ways of their parents, and the new world ways of their workplaces, their friends. How far should or would they go to fit in? What price must they pay for acceptance?
Those are the questions at the heart of New Year’s Eve at Grandma’s House, running Nov. 3 through Nov. 18, Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoon. Watch our video for more and then click here to buy your tickets today.