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Bella, An Immigrant's Tale

Presented by Leading Ladies at The Cabot, Beverly MA

May 25 2022
Bella, An Immigrant's Tale

A one-woman show about an early 20th century survivor of the Russian pogroms who makes a new life for herself in America. Performed as a fundraiser for current Ukrainian refugees.

Actor and playwright Vicki Summers will perform her one-woman show, Bella, An Immigrant’s Tale, as a fundraiser for Ukrainian refugees on Wednesday, May 25, at The Cabot Theater in Beverly. Summers plays numerous characters as the play follows the life journey of her beloved grandmother, Bella Indianer, an immigrant from Ukraine who escaped the pogroms and made a life in America at the beginning of the 20th century. Originally developed and performed at Cape Rep Theater in Brewster, MA in

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Admission is by donation; suggested donation levels are $25, $50, and $100 per person. Registration is recommended, but there will be tickets available at the door if the event is not sold out in advance. Register at

All donations will go directly to aid Ukrainian refugees through Red Cross Ukraine, the International Rescue Committee, and the  World Central Kitchen (Chefs for Ukraine).

Contact: 978-927-3100


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The Cabot

286 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915


on street parking is available but also there are several lots off of Cabot Street in downtown Beverly.


    • Wheelchair Access

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details

Face Masks Required: No
Social Distancing: No
Limited Capacity: No
Reservations Required: Yes
Proof of Vaccination Required: No

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