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August 19 @ 8:00 pm - September 2 @ 8:00 pm
In the U.S. premiere of playwright Kaite O’ Reilly’s internationally renowned play “peeling,” Sound Theatre Company continues staging authentic narratives and breaking new theatrical ground. peeling weaves audio description, sign language, and theatrical spectacle into a no-holds-barred play about representation, women, reproduction, war, and eugenics.
In an overproduced, postmodern production of Euripides’ The Trojan Women, Alfa, Coral, and Beaty have been cast in bit parts to fulfill a playhouse’s misplaced diversity program; but as tokens, the trio never experiences true inclusion. Sound Theatre centers disability justice by assembling a production team and cast that brings authentic lived experiences to this groundbreaking play.
8PM Thursday, August 8 (Preview)
8PM Friday, August 9 (Preview)
8PM Saturday, August 10 (Opening)
2PM Sunday, August 11
8PM Thursday, August 15
8PM Friday, August 16 (ASL-Interpreted)
8PM Saturday, August 17
2PM Sunday, August 18 (CART captioned)
8PM Monday, August 19 (Industry Night)
8PM Thursday, August 22 (ASL-Interpreted, CART captioned)
8PM Friday, August 23
8PM Saturday, August 24 (Closing Night)
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