Venue Playhouse, QPAC
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Dates From 14 Oct to 6 Nov 2016

Disgraced - Playhouse, QPAC - Tickets

Queensland Theatre Company presents a Melbourne Theatre Company production


By Ayad Akhtar

Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced is a stirring drama with veins of jet-black humour that poses challenging questions about identity, tribalism and how deadly conflicts half a world away can rip apart seemingly unrelated lives in a New York minute.

It's a Manhattan dinner party that ought to be a stimulating night in. Four intellectual friends – two high-powered lawyers, an artist and a gallery curator – gather in a ritzy Upper East Side apartment to shoot the breeze. But this will be a night when tensions mount, voices are raised and friendships will lie in tatters by morning.

A lapsed Pakistani Muslim, his Caucasian wife, an African-American and a Jew – none of them can agree on what it means to be American in a New York where the wounds caused by Muslim terrorists on September 11, 2001 never really healed.

Disgraced is novelist and screenwriter Ayad Akhtar's dynamite theatrical debut.

"Disgraced is just what a serious theatergoer craves these days: a tough-minded inquiry that finds urgent dramatic connections in things that divide us." The Washington Post

Director: Nadia Tass
Set Designer: Shaun Gurton
Voice and Dialect Coach: Suzanne Haywood 
Cast includes: Mitchell Butel, Hazem Shammas

Audio described performances are available on the following dates -
Saturday 29 Oct 2016, 2pm & Thursday 3 Nov 2016, 7.30pm

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