By Mona Mansour 
In dramaturgical collaboration with The Public Theater 
May 31-June 24, 2018

The Vagrant Trilogy

By Mona Mansour 
In dramaturgical collaboration with The Public Theater 
At the Atlas Performing Arts Center, Lang Theatre
May 31-June 24, 2018
 

The life of a displaced Palestinian family spanning four decades, and the trenchant pull of home. The Hour of Feeling introduces us to Adham who journeys to the UK on the eve of the Six Day with his new wife, Abir, to deliver a career-defining lecture. In The Vagrant, Adham, up for professorship, must respond to terrorist incidents in London and Lebanon. Part of the 2018 Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival.

 
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Opening Night: Tuesday, April 3 at 7:30PM

FIRST 8 PERFORMANCES

Thurs March 29 at 8PM Post show discussion

Sat March 31 at 8PM Post show discussion

Sun April 1 at 3PM Post show discussion

Sun April 1 at 7:30PM

Mon April 2 at 8PM

Tues April 3 at 7:30 Opening night

Thurs April 5 at 11AM Cast talkback

Fri April 6 at 8PM

FULL RUN

Sat April 7 at 3PM Post show discussion

Sat April 7 at 8PM

Sun April 8 at 3PM Post show discussion

Wed April 11 at 8PM Post show discussion

Thurs April 12 at 8PM Cast talkback

Fri April 13 at 8PM

Sat April 14 at 3PM Peace café

Sat April 14 at 8PM

Sun April 15 at 3PM Post show discussion

Sun April 15 at 7:30PM

Wed April 18 at 8PM

Thurs April 19 at 8PM Post show discussion

Fri April 20 at 8PM

Sat April 21 at 3PM Open captions, Post show discussion

Sat April 21 at 8PM Open captions

Sun April 22 at 3PM Open captions, Post show discussion

Sun April 22 at 7:30PM Open captions

 
 
Meet the Artists

Philip Himberg(Playwright) is the producing artistic director of Sundance Institute Theatre Program where he has created and overseen the developmental theatre laboratories since 1997. Under Mr. Himberg’s aegis, this nationally recognized program has successfully developed over 150 new works for the stage, including the Tony Award-winning The Light in the Piazza, Grey Gardens, 33 Variations, Passing Strange, Spring Awakening, and I Am My Own Wife, among many others. Mr. Himberg’s directing credits include the world premiere concert of William Finn’s Songs of Innocence and Experience at Williams College and Merkin Hall in New York. He directed the world premiere of Terrence McNally’s Some Men at Philadelphia Theatre Company, and most recently, Reprise/LA’s revival of Flora, The Red Menace starring Eden Espinosa. For Sundance Summer Theatre, he directed Fiddler on the Roof, Funny Girl, andDear World. He is also an author; his essay “Family Albums” appears in the Dutton anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys. He is a trustee of Theatre Communications Group.

Mark Brokaw(Director) Broadway credits include Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Lyons, After Miss Julie, Reckless, The Constant Wife, and Cry-Baby. New York premieres include works by Douglas Carter Beane, Lisa Kron, Kenneth Lonergan, Craig Lucas, Nicky Silver, Simon Stephens, and Paula Vogel. His regional credits include the Sondheim Celebration at the Kennedy Center, the Guthrie, Center Theatre Group, Steppenwolf, Seattle Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Yale Rep, Sundance Theatre Lab, and the O’Neill Theatre Conference. His work has also been seen on the West End, at London’s Donmar Warehouse and Menier Chocolate Factory, Dublin’s Gate Theatre, and Sydney Opera House. Mark is an Associate Artist of the Roundabout Theatre in New York and a Yale School of Drama graduate.

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Box office does NOT take calls two hours prior to a show's curtain, but will return all voice messages left during that time.

Will Call opens one hour prior to curtain.

Patrons who arrive late will be seated at the discretion of management.