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DISGRACED
BY AYAD AKHTAR
DIRECTED BY GORDON EDELSTEIN
OCTOBER 14 – NOVEMBER 8, 2015
CLAIRE TOW STAGE IN THE C. NEWTON SCHENCK III THEATRE
RUNNING TIME 90 MINUTES

 

"A compelling production of the acclaimed new play that should be at the top of anyone's theatergoing list." 
- Hartford Courant


"The evening is a triumph in so 
many ways that one’s mind is 
left reeling by the brilliance of the play"
 The Examiner


"Long Wharf’s cast, under 
Gordon
Edelstein’s graceful direction, 
renders a smart, subtle and lucid performance."

- New Haven Register

 

 

"A stellar cast and perceptive
direction make this an evening of
theater you don’t want to miss
and 
will not soon forget." 
- CT Critics Circle

"DISGRACED is a gripping night
of theater that has much on its
mind. Ultimately the play is
about how one decides which
“us” to remain true to. To be
an American is to be a mutt,
and the world is dog eat dog." 
- New Haven Review 


 

 

"a play that will have you stunned
at some of the events as you watch it
and talking or thinking about for days afterwards."
- Two on the Aisle 

"breathtakingly shocking...
a 90 minute masterpiece" 
- OnStage 

 

ABOUT THE PLAY
Amir and his beautiful wife Emily enjoy their charmed life in New York—he’s poised to make partner at a white-shoe law firm while her painting is being considered for a prestigious gallery exhibit. When he’s asked to help defend an imam accused of funding terrorists, a series of shattering events upends their perfect world, forcing them to confront the compromises they made to stake out a piece of the American dream. Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize, Disgraced is a compelling and provocative tale about the consequences of denying one’s identity.

In association with the Huntington Theatre Company

Opening Night Sponsors
Beverly Hodgson & John Leventhal 


 
 

 

Jory
SHIRINE BABB

Amir
RAJESH BOSE

Isaac
BENIM FOSTER

Abe
MOHIT GAUTAM

Emily
NICOLE LOWRANCE
 


READ BIOS HERE


CREATING A MASTERPIECE

MEET MOHIT GAUTAM

DISGRACED, WILLY LOMAN, 
AND THE AMERICAN DREAM


10 MUSLIM CONTRIBUTIONS
TO OUR EVERYDAY LIVES


ASK THE ACTORS: 23 ANSWERS
FROM NICOLE LOWRANCE


AYAD AKHTAR EXAMINES
IDENTITY WITH DISGRACED


FIRST REHEARSAL: DISGRACED

INSIDE THE SHOPS: BUILDING
THE DISGRACED SET TO LAST

Set Design:
  Lee Savage

Costume Design:  
Ilona Somogyi

Lighting Design:  
Eric Southern

Sound Design:
  David Van Tieghem

Fight Director:
  Rick Sordelet

Hair & Wig Design:
  Charles G. LaPointe

Production Stage Manager:
  
Jeff Brancato

Assistant Stage Managers:  
Amy Patricia Stern,
Michelle Lauren Tuite


Casting: 
Calleri Casting

   
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