16 Nov – 4 Dec 2016 I KC Arts Centre - Home of SRT
Located in a spacious Upper East Side apartment in New York, Amir has worked hard to achieve the American Dream. With South Asian Muslim roots, he has gone on to become a successful lawyer, has a beautiful American wife and even a wardrobe of $600 custom-tailored shirts.
But when Amir hosts a dinner party for his African American colleague and her Jewish husband, the initially pleasant evening erupts into a volatile argument over race, religion and class in the modern world.
Set in post 9/11 America, Disgraced, a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Ayad Akhtar takes you on an “entertaining and thought-provoking” (USA Today) journey.
Cast: Ghafir Akbar, Jennifer Coombs, LaNisa Frederick, Daniel Jenkins and Gaurav Kripalani.
Playwright: Ayad Akhtar
Director: Nate Silver
Lighting Designer: James Tan
Sound Designer: Jeffrey Yue
Fight Choreographer: Lim Yu-Beng
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