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Undrown'd directed and devised by Benita de Wit

Undrown'd: After the Odyssey is a new devised theatre project that uses uses Shakespeare’s The Tempest, as a lense through which to examine the global refugee crisis. This classic play about a father and daughter in exile is put in dialogue with letters written by asylum seekers, news stories, and questions from USCIS immigration forms to make a live theatre production that maps contemporary stories of migration and displacement with some of the most iconic literary refugees in the western canon.

 

 

The Connelly Theatre
220 East 4th Street


March, 9-12, 2016

$15 General Admission/$5 Seniors

Free with any valid CUID or student ID;
Enter the code student to reserve your free ticket.
You must present your ID with the confirmation at the door.

Wednesday, 3/09 @ 8pm
Thursday, 3/10, @ 8pm
Friday, 3/11 @ 8pm
Saturday, 3/12 @ 2pm
Saturday, 3/12 @ 8pm

   

 

Over There Light Fen 1989
Hour of the Star Tooth of Crime Gilgamesh United States of Banana

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