Last month, we asked you, dear readers, for your stories about how the arts moved you. Whoever gave the best response would win two tickets to see "Giselle" at Lincoln Center. While Marion Evans' story took the cake, you all moved us with yours, and we'd like to hear more of them.
This time around, we're offering tickets to the Yeung Fai's beautifully crafted puppet theater, "Hand Stories," opening Wednesday night at Lincoln Center Festival. The performance recounts Fai's tumultuous family history, which he had to leave China in order to tell (read more about it here).
What we're asking you this time is to tell us a story about your family being displaced -- whether it was a small move to another city or a big one like Fai's. Send your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 20. The reader whose scenario speaks to us most will win two tickets to the "Hand Stories" at Lincoln Center's Clark Studio Theater in New York City on Sunday, July 22 at 9 p.m., courtesy Lincoln Center Festival.
Click through images from "Hand Stories":