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by Bertolt Brecht

Translated by Eric Bentley

 

Bertolt Brecht’s adaptation of an ancient Chinese fable brings to life the struggle of two mothers and the extraordinary judge who must decide the fate of their disputed child. Brecht believed theatre should be a force for social change and this experimental epic begs the question “musn’t what there is go to those who are good for it?” Michael J. Hume stages this musical work against the terrifying backdrop of the Cambodian Pol Pot regime.

 

Thursday, November 10..... 8:00 pm

Friday, November 11 (opening).....8:00 pm

Saturday, November 12..... 8:00 pm

Thursday, November 17..... 8:00 pm

Friday, November 18.......... 8:00 pm

Saturday, November 19..... 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm

Sunday, November 20....... 2:00 pm

 

Director: Michael J. Hume

Cast: Tamara Burgess, Sierra Faulkner, Karen Fox, Shayne Hanson, Nik Horaites, Scott Key,Azalea Micketti, Ethan Niven, Darek Riley, Zlato Rizziolli, Jazmin Roque, Leah Sanginiti, Rachel Seeley, Hannah Swenson, Shannon Tierney, Shadee Vossoughi, Joe Wegner, Sam Wick, Mig (Emily) Windows, Russel Yamamoto

Production Team:
Scenic Design: Sean O'Skea

Costumes: Deborah Rosenberg

Lights: Mijo Fletcher

Sound: Graham Jones

Stage Manager: Adam Johnson

 

Run Length: To be announced

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