By : Ayad Akhtar
Amir Kapoor is a deeply assimilated Pakistani-American with the perfect job, the perfect apartment, and the perfect wife—until it all unravels over the course of a single dinner party (an unforgettably explosive scene). Winner of the Pulitzer Prize (2013), Disgraced is a timely and taut (90 minutes) drama that engages mind and heart with refreshing and stunning candor as it explores the cultural and personal fracturing Amir encounters as he pursues his ideal of the American Dream. A new and daring voice in American theatre, Akhtar creates urgent dramatic connections between the stage and the world outside our doors.
Approximate running time: 90 minutes (no intermission). Read the program here.
MAKING CONNECTIONS, Nik Sadhnani as Abe.
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 @6:00 PM
International Happy Hour: Join us for delicious food from the innovative new restaurant bringing world flavors to Central New York, With Love, Pakistan.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 @6:30 PM
Enjoy wine and tapas during the calm before the stormy dinner party on stage.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 @1:00 PM
Khuram Hussain, Ph. D., associate professor of education at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will engage patrons in a discussion on race relations in America.
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