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The Ismene Project
The Ismene Project

AIR DATE: May 12, 2011

The Ismene Project is a simultaneous production of Jeremy Meneksouglu's play "Ismene." It tells the story of the young sister of Antigone who is banished to a school where she is to learn the lessons of fate. But she refuses to accept her fate and fights back. The project hopes to raise money for breast cancer care in the seven cities.
Ruth Palileo, producer of the Ismene Project and director of the Las Vegas production.
Breon Jenay, who plays Ismene
Dende Brink, who plays Procne

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