The Japanese have a term, kenzoku, which translated literally means “family.” Its connotation suggests an unbreakable bond between people who have made a decision to become a part of each others story; in a larger sense their destiny. It implies the deepest connection of friendship.
In their upcoming May 15 cabaret performance Ties That Bind, the Women’s Ensemble of YNYC will explore this complicated thing called friendship; what makes it both meaningful and hard and why ultimately we think its a wonderful gift.
Featuring a variety of styles and genres including jazz, pop, alternative, and musical theater. Performances include: “Trashin the Camp” from Tarzan, “With a Little Help from My Friends,” “Count on Me,” “You’ve Got a Friend,” and more!
Tickets are available online here. We hope you’ll join us for this incredible night!