“Close your eyes. Sit in silence and stillness, and pray for Universal Peace in your mind, all together as an audience. When the lights come back up, please open your eyes. Then return to your homes, taking with you the petal of SAKURA deep in your heart.”
Those were the words printed on the program for the April 6 performance of Sakura: a requiem for Hiroshima and Nagasaki by Keiin Yoshimura held in Moravian’s Prosser Auditorium.