About Play Club
A book club – but plays! Join Long Wharf Theatre’s Artistic Associates Cheyenne Barboza & Kate Moore Heaney, along with guest artists, as we discuss a featured play each month. Play Club scripts dive into Long Wharf Theatre’s archive as well as provide a glimpse into its future. Come join this virtual discussion with fellow LWT theatre lovers from the comfort of your own home!
We are delighted to announce that Play Club, where Members and our artistic team discuss the plays close to our heart, will be held on Wednesday, October 12 at 7:00 PM EDT. Registration opens on September 28.
About the play:
In 2015, Mohegan Theater Maker Madeline Sayet travelled to England to pursue a PhD in Shakespeare, but her voyage across the ocean became an unexpected journey of transformation. Riding the spirit wind of her Mohegan ancestors who crossed the Atlantic in the 1700s on diplomatic missions to protect her people, Where We Belong is a search for belonging in a globalized world. It is at once a rich investigation into the impulses that divide and connect us as people, but it is also about a wolf that learns how to become a bird and fly.
This is an exclusive member event. Not a member? Become one today!
Registration for this members-only opportunity opens on Wednesday, September 28 at 10:00 AM EDT. If you know someone who may be interested, please invite them to become a member and join the club. Space is limited, but we’ll send a friendly reminder to register once registration is live.
Madeline Sayetshe/her Playwright
Madeline Sayet is a Mohegan theatre maker who believes the stories we pass down inform our collective possible futures. Currently on tour with her solo play Where We Belong, produced by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Association with the Folger Shakespeare Library, she will be performing at Seattle Rep, and The Public Theater this Fall. She serves as an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University with the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS), and is the Executive Director of the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program (YIPAP). For her work as a director and writer she has been honored as a Forbes 30 Under 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment, TED Fellow, MIT Media Lab Director’s Fellow, NCAIED Native American 40 Under 40, and a recipient of The White House Champion of Change Award from President Obama.