Phone: (917) 699-1284

The Buddha Prince

A walking play celebrating the life & teachings of the Dalai Lama

+ Commemorating Tibet’s 50 Years in Exile +

Friday, Sept. 4 @ 5:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday/Monday, Sept. 5 – 7 @ 2:00 PM and 5:30 PM

FREE, with suggested donation
Benefiting the Tibetan Community of New York & New Jersey

W 103rd St. entrance (follow colorful Tibetan prayer flags/banners)
Subways: B or C to 103rd St / Bus: M10

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A play for all ages, The Buddha Prince shares the story of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s early life in a free Tibet and his subsequent escape into India, narrated with excerpts from his own teachings and autobiographies.

The play draws from both eastern and western artistic traditions, mixing physical theatre with mask, puppetry and traditional Tibetan music and dance.
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In 2005 The Buddha Prince found its success almost entirely through word of mouth.
Please support the play and its message by attending — but also by helping us spread the word.
All volunteers will be acknowledged as a promotional partner.

To help, please contact:
Scott Tillitt – / 917.449.6356
Mari Plaza Munet – / 917.858.9825

Supported by the Office of Tibet
Hosted by the Tibetan Community of New York & New Jersey and The Tibet Fund
Commemorating The Tibet Fund’s 50 Years in Exile worldwide celebration (

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