Aleppo. A Portrait of Absence
Next Occurrence : 11 Mar 2020
The more intimate the space, the more powerful the message. In this extraordinary project, Syrian author Mohammed al Attar takes theatrical intimacy and personal testimony to a new level.
Ten actors ‘perform’ ten verbatim stories collated from interviews with people from the once vibrant, now utterly destroyed, city of Aleppo. The story you hear is the result of your random choice of a point on a huge city map. Each story is told face to face to a single spectator at a time. The act of telling, the necessity of listening, is everything.
25 to $
General Admission $29, Friends $25
Access With Assistance for the Disabled
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Suitable for guests with a hearing impairment, from mild hearing loss to profoundly deaf.