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Visa issue cleared up; Armenian troupe to perform

Posted by Don Aucoin  April 26, 2011 05:15 PM

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An Armenian theater troupe has been granted travel visas, easing the threat they might not be able to make this week's scheduled performances of "Seventh Sense'' at the Charlestown Working Theater because of a delay in the issuance of the visas, according to CWT artistic director Jennifer Johnson.

In an email, Johnson said the staff of Representative Michael Capuano was instrumental in helping resolve the visa issue. Members of Armenia's National Center for Aesthetics Small Theatre are slated to travel to Boston tomorrow. Performances of "Seventh Sense,'' a dance-theater piece, will go on as scheduled from Thursday through Saturday, according to Johnson.

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