American Stage presents the first play discovered through its 21st Century Voices: New Works Festival. Andrea Lepcio’s drama was selected among more than 300 submissions of new plays from across the country. In this sexy romance turned thriller, Miriam, a young American woman, and Sameer, a Muslim man from Morocco, meet at a party and fall in love at first sight. When Sameer tells Miriam he’s undocumented, she offers to help, but is everything as it seems? The play was chosen for its smart, riveting play look at love, truth, prejudice and civil rights in the age of the Patriot Act.
“…smart, intense and powerfully topical…” -Arts Atlanta
-Wednesdays 7pm: $39
-Thursdays 8pm: $39
-Fridays 8pm: $49
-Saturday Matinees 3pm: $39
-Saturday Evenings 8pm: $49
-Sunday Matinees 3pm: $39
*General Admission 7pm: Pay What you Can/$20 in Advance (Recommended)
*General Admission 8pm: $29
*Opening Night 8pm: $59
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Photo of Mann and Joseph by Kara Goldberg