Local author, Keiko Kay Hirai, and 4 cast members, tap into painful childhood memories enacting Kay's experiences of overcoming violence, isolation and family secrets in post-war Japan. This program sheds light on turbulent times in Japan, a period when a defeated population had to deal with the aftermath of losing the war and recovering after the atomic bombs.
Keiko's Journey takes us into the past but it is really a contemporary story relevant to millions of immigrants, migrants and refugees . . . people who live in two worlds yet feel as though they don't belong anywhere.
Books will be available from Island Books for purchase and signing.
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